The ancient artwork features depictions of people, animals, and writing in the ancient Syriac alphabet.
The new statues include Aslan the Lion, the White Witch, and Mr. Tumnus.
Bishop Kukah said that both Christians and Muslims have been targeted.
The rare find is one of only four examples of early Christian jewelry crafting in the region.
Citizens of Malta painted the crosses on the front of their homes as a show of support and a pledge of service to refugees.
Plenty of different clues point at this very special site as the one where Jesus was baptized by John.
The rare find was released to modern-day Dominicans for interment and a memorial service.
A tour through the national park is a journey back to biblical times, where visitors can see the ancient town, complete with excavated buildings.
The artwork was condemned, stolen, mistakenly sold, and locked away for 16 years.
From Petra to Mount Nebo, Jordanian proverbial hospitality and its rich history make this country a perfect pilgrimage and adventure destination.