. Another test case.. Written in Sumarian cuneiform , language that had died out by approx. 200AD.
You probably won't get the place but could do it, you have to think back to biblical times ,and if anyone is eager enough to try and translate into meaning, (some I have managed) .There is a clue between these two pictures.
No guesses ? It is in a tiny place of prayer where Paul was converted on the road to Damascus. About 8 miles outside and still in a very remote place and not on the tourist trail.
The cuneiform signs depicted are some earliest Christian and some Sumarian. (pre Christian) The star means God, another means Son, another means bird, and not sure about the Y's. They can also be used numerically . The crosses are very similar to those found in Ephesus in Turkey where Paul travelled to after his conversion, which are slightly more elaborate with a triangle shape on each of the points, rather than just as a base.
The star with eight points(near the bottom) is Sumerian religion Dingir Anu Cuneiform script, God, The star with a P is Chi -Rho meaning Christos and the earliest form of christogram also later used on Roman currency. Superimposing the first two letters of the Greek Chi (X) and Rho (P) XP .
I find it very interesting, and wish I could start all over again, and learn so much more.