Baptistry of John (Patmos)

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The '''Baptistry of John''' refers to the remains of an ancient baptistry found next to a whitewashed chapel known as the ''Chapel of St. John on the waterfront'' in the port town of ''Skala'', Patmos island in Greece. Tradition claims that this baptistry was used by the [[Apostle John|apostle]] for baptisms.
 
The '''Baptistry of John''' refers to the remains of an ancient baptistry found next to a whitewashed chapel known as the ''Chapel of St. John on the waterfront'' in the port town of ''Skala'', Patmos island in Greece. Tradition claims that this baptistry was used by the [[Apostle John|apostle]] for baptisms.
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Image:BaptistryJohn01.JPG|Plaque describing the baptistry of St. John, town of ''Skala'', Patmos island (Greece)
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Image:BaptistryJohn02.JPG|Baptistry of St. John, town of ''Skala'', Patmos island (Greece)
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Latest revision as of 00:11, December 27, 2008

The Baptistry of John refers to the remains of an ancient baptistry found next to a whitewashed chapel known as the Chapel of St. John on the waterfront in the port town of Skala, Patmos island in Greece. Tradition claims that this baptistry was used by the apostle for baptisms.

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