The first fall is represented by the current third station, located at the west end of the eastern fraction of the Via Dolorosa, adjacent to the 19th-century Polish Catholic Chapel ; this chapel was constructed by the Armenian Catholics , who though ethnically Armenian , are actually based in Poland.
The —48 renovations, to the 19th-century chapel, were carried out with the aid of a large financial grant from the Polish army. The site was previously one of the city's Turkish baths. The second fall is represented by the current seventh station, located at a major crossroad junction, adjacent to a Franciscan chapel, built in In Hadrian's era, this was the junction of the main cardo north-south road , with the decumanus east-west road which became the Via Dolorosa; the remains of a tetrapylon , which marked this Roman junction, can be seen in the lower level of the Franciscan chapel.
Prior to the 16th century, this location was the 8th and last station. The third fall is represented by the current ninth station, which is not actually located on the Via Dolorosa, instead being located at the entrance to the Ethiopian Orthodox Monastery and the Coptic Orthodox Monastery of Saint Anthony , which together form the roof structure of the subterranean Chapel of Saint Helena in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre; the Coptic and Ethiopian Orthodox churches split in , and prior to that time the monastic buildings were considered a single Monastery.
However, in the early 16th century, the third fall was located at the entrance courtyard to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and an engraved stone cross signifying this remains in situ. Prior to the 15th century, the final station was located before this point would have been reached. Four stations commemorate encounters between Jesus and other people, in the city streets; one encounter is mentioned in all the Synoptic Gospels , one is mentioned only in the Gospel of Luke , and the remaining two encounters only exist in popular tradition.
The New Testament makes no mention of a meeting between Jesus and his mother , during the walk to his crucifixion, but popular tradition introduces one. The fourth station, the location of a 19th-century Armenian Catholic oratory , commemorates the events of this tradition; a lunette , over the entrance to the chapel, references these events by means of a bas-relief carved by the Polish artist Zieliensky. The oratory, named Our Lady of the Spasm , was built in , but its crypt preserves some archaeological remains from former Byzantine buildings on the site, including a mosaic floor.
The fifth station refers to the biblical episode in which Simon of Cyrene takes Jesus' cross, and carries it for him. An inscription, in the architrave of one of the Chapel doors, references the Synoptic events.
Prior to the 15th century, this location was instead considered to be the House of the Poor Man , and honoured as the fifth station for that reason;  the name refers to the Lukan tale of Lazarus and Dives ,  this Lazarus being a beggar, and Dives being the Latin word for [one who is] Rich. Adjacent to the alleged House of the Poor Man is an arch over the road; the house on the arch was thought to be the corresponding House of the Rich Man. A medieval Roman Catholic legend viewed a specific piece of cloth, known as the Veil of Veronica , as having been supernaturally imprinted with Jesus' image, by physical contact with Jesus' face.
By metathesis of the Latin words vera icon meaning true image into Veronica ,  it came to be said that the Veil of Veronica had gained its image when a Saint Veronica encountered Jesus, and wiped the sweat from his face with the cloth; no element of this legend is present in the Bible, although the similar Image of Edessa is mentioned in The Epistles of Jesus Christ and Abgarus King of Edessa , a late piece of New Testament apocrypha.
The Veil of Veronica relates to a pre-Crucifixion image, and is distinct from the post-Crucifixion Holy Face image, often related to the Shroud of Turin. The current sixth station of the Via Dolorosa commemorates this legendary encounter between Jesus and Veronica. The location was identified as the site of the encounter in the 19th century; in , Greek Roman Catholics purchased the 12th-century ruins at the location, and built the Church of the Holy Face and Saint Veronica on them, claiming that Veronica had encountered Jesus outside her own house, and that the house had formerly been positioned at this spot.
The church includes some of the remains of the 12th-century buildings which had formerly been on the site, including arches from the Crusader-built Monastery of Saint Cosmas. The present building is administered by the Little Sisters of Jesus , and is not generally open to the public. The Eighth station commemorates an episode described by the Gospel of Luke , alone among the canonical gospels, in which Jesus encounters pious women on his journey, and is able to stop and give a sermon.
The present eighth station is adjacent to the Greek Orthodox Monastery of Saint Charalampus ; it is marked by the word Nika a Greek word meaning Victory carved into the wall, and an embossed cross. Each Friday, a Roman Catholic procession walks the Via Dolorosa route, starting out at the monastic complex by the first station; the procession is organized by the Franciscans of this monastery, who also lead the procession.
Acted re-enactments also regularly take place on the route, ranging from amateur productions with, for example, soldiers wearing plastic helmets and vivid red polyester wraps, to more professional drama with historically accurate clothing and props. At the entrance of the Patriarchate is a column with a cross on it, marking the 9th Station of the Via Dolorosa. However, despite the ban, dozens of Coptic pilgrims travel to Jerusalem every year, especially during the Easter holidays.
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