Most Christian denominations believe that the body of Jesus lay in the cave that was in this place. The crucifixion and burial took place on Friday. It seems that because of the Sabbath entry, they did not have time to prepare the cave properly or had to go back and complete the smoking of the incense and other things related to the layering ceremony. The closest time it was possible to do so was the first day after Shabbat. According to the Gospels, they come and saw an angel saying: "What are you looking for alive among the dead?" Jesus resurrected. Thus Sunday of the week became the holiest day in Christianity. St. Helena, the mother of Emperor Constantine, discovered all the sacred sites of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Helena and Constantine built a church with a dome over the cave. Its diameter was similar to the one we see today. Over time, amid various destructions and restorations, the Crusaders erected a small chapel at the cave site known as the Empty Tomb by the Catholics or Kobokalia by the Orthodox.