The site would have been most active during the reign of Emperor Heraclius, who led the Romans to fight the Persians.
Archeological excavations at a site in Cyprus, on the Akrotirio peninsula, have revealed an important 7th-century Christian church complex. The effort, undertaken by the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus, has been ongoing since 2007. Now, after the 12th round of excavations, the site is being recognized for its historical significance.
Akeonews reports the team found the floors were covered in mosaics. Among them, in excellent condition, is a mosaic that bears a Greek inscription. The inscription reads ΚΕ ΒΟΗΘΙ ΤΟΙΣ ΤΟ ΩΝΟΜΑ ΣΟΥ ΦΩΒΟΥΜΕΝΟΙΣ, or “My Lord, help those who honor your name.”