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There is evidence of two synagogues on the island of Aegina. The first was discovered in 1829, and of the second synagogue only a mosaic floor survives with an inscription in Greek which reads “I, Theodoros the High Priest of this Synagogue, built this Synagogue from its foundations”. This mosaic floor may be viewed in the yard of the Archeological Museum of Aegina.

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