According to the 4th Cent. Historian Eusebius (attested also by Jerome), Roman Emperor Hadrian built a statue of Jupiter on the site and it remained for 180 years (140-320 A.D.) When Constantine converted the empire to Christianity, he had the pagan temples dismantled, the earth removed and a church built over the spot (326 AD). The Christian community of Jerusalem held worship services at the site until 66 AD records Eusebius. Hadrian built the pagan Temple on the site regarded holy by Christians so as to claim the site for traditional Roman religion. All facts and traditions put together, this very site has a very high probability of being the 'Tomb of Christ'.