Rome has the highest number of occurences of the Divine Name in the world, second only to the Bible Shrine Museum of Jerusalem!
Up to today we have found a total of 31 Tetragrammaton In Hebrew and Greek Koinè, located on 12 different locations.
No doubt there are many more yet to discover. Many yet undiscovered Tetragrammaton are most likely located inside the 18 Jewish Synagogues in Rome, which are not accessible by non-Jews.
Furthermore, Rome has around 925 churches. Thus far, we have inspected the most famous churches but we haven’t been able to inspect them all of them yet!
This is why the fascinating treasure hunt for the Divine Name in the eternal city has been ongoing on for over 7 years now!
We don't offer in-person Tetragrammaton Tours.
Rome is a very big city and it would be impossible to visit most of the Tetragrammaton in a few hours; in part because of the distance between them, but also because 9 of the discovered Tetragrammaton, are located inside the Jewish Synagogue Museum (the only one open to everybody) where it is absolutely forbidden to even mention the Divine Name!
Moreover, licensed Italian tour guides are not allowed to work inside the Jewish Synagogue Museum!
Only jewish museum guides are allowed to work inside this location!
Of the thirty-one discovered Tetragrammaton in Rome, only one is not open to visitors.
Four are located inside St.Peter’s Basilica!
Three are revealed in the "Footsteps of Paul Tour”.
The only way to see most of them, along with an explanation about the history of every building provided by a Tour Guide, is to rent our
virtual tour "The Divine Name in Rome".
We highly recommend this faith strengthening virtual tour