Baptistery of St. John the Baptist (Thessaloniki)
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The Baptistery of St. John the Baptist of Thessaloniki, considered as the oldest early Christian baptistery and assigned to the building complex of five-aisled basilica of the Episcopal fifth century.
The baptistery identified at the excavations of the Byzantine church of Hagia Sophia. It consists of a room with platforms and includes a font. It was in direct contact with the royal in the 5th century from the hallway with a mosaic floor.
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