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Siloe

Pool in the Tyropcean Valley, just outside the south wall of Jerusalem, where Jesus Christ gave sight to the man born blind.   From Volume XIII of the Original Catholic Encyclopedia.

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Siloe: Pool in the Tyropcean Valley, just outside the south wall of Jerusalem, where Jesus Christ gave sight to the man born blind; From the Original Catholic Encyclopedia
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