St. George

The earliest literary reference
to Saint George comes from
Eusebius of Caesarea


Eusebius of Caesarea,
author of the Onomasticon 

Eusebius was bishop of Caesarea
for almost twenty-five years


Maimonides – Rambam

Maimonides was one of the few
medieval jewish philosophers who
also influenced the non-jewish world


Herzl, Theodor (1860-1904)

Theodor was an Austrian Jewish
journalist who became the founder
of modern political Zionism


Conrad Schick (1822-1901)

A German missionary and architect.
Schick became the leading architect
in Jerusalem in his days


David Ben Gurion (1886-1973)

Announced the establishment of
the state of Israel and was also
the first prime minister