Church of the Holy Archangels, Jerusalem

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Location of Church of the Holy Archangels in a detailed map of the monastery compound.[1]

Church of the Holy Archangels (in Armenian (in Armenian Սրբոց Հրեշտակապետաց եկեղեցի, transliterated as Srbots Hreštakapetats yekeğetsi) also known as Deir Al-Zeitoun, is an Armenian church in the Armenian Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem. Situated on the south east edge of the Armenian quarter, it was founded in the 12th century. According to tradition this site was the house of High Priest Annas[2]. One of the altars, according to tradition, marking the place of the prison of Christ[3].

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