“Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark,
Mary of Magdala went to the tomb and saw that
the stone had been removed from the entrance…”
~ John 20:1 ~
This is a late Neolithic cist tomb from around 1800-1500 B.C.
In local folklore it is known as The King’s Tomb.
An old legend says that a king was buried here,
on the spot where he died. But one day he shall rise again
from his grave, rejuvenated,
and will return to help the people in a time of need;
accompanied by his twelve warriors.
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I have blogged about this tomb and story before, but it was long ago.
We happened to be passing by the place again on Good Friday.
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Linking to Shadow Shot Sunday