YESHUA INSCRIPTION IN JUDEAN SYNAGOGUE Evidence of Messiah's Name

Susiya refers to the site of the ancient synagogue or the ruins of the contiguous ancient and large settlement of some 80 dunams (80,000 m2). It is the site of an archaeologically notable ancient synagogue that dates from the 4th to the 7th century CE and was in continuous use until the 9th century CE. According to Jodi Magness (archaeologist, orientalist and scholar of religion), the synagogue was built in the 4th – 5th centuries and continued in use for “at least” another two centuries. It is one of four of an architecturally unique group in the Southern Judean Hills.(Source : Wikipedia)

Within the Synagogue premises there is a mosaic with an inscription in Aramaic

Aramaic inscription in Susiya, Judaean Synagogue (Youtube)

The inscription says: “Remember for good the comforter Yeshua (ישוע) «Sahada»* (martyr or witness) the comforter {repeated} Sh”
The last word is cut off it only has 2 letters and according to aramaic translators it could be Shimon or it could mean Shenislav “the one who was crucified”.

 

                                                    Yeshua (ישוע) Highlighted

   

*According to Aramaic translators the word «sahada» can mean martyr or witness.Someone who bears witness through his life dying for what he believes. Sahada can also mean sanctifying Eloah’s name through death.
The word «menehame» (comforter) is written twice underlining the comfort that Eloah brought through Yeshua. This is the first time that Yeshua is described as a comforter in a Jewish Synagogue.