The Haaretz website has a report of the discovery of a major Byzantine church which had been built on top of the site of a temple dedicated to the classical deity Pan in the northern Golan in the Banias region - a name which derived from that of Pan. In New Testament times this was a popular area for devotees of Pan and for settlers in such towns as Caesarea Philippi created by the Herodians. Then as now it was a holiday area.
The temple dedicated to Pan was replaced by the church circa 400, and another church has been excavated nearby. Damaged in the seventh century by an earthquake the site survived and was still important in the Crusading-Mameluke era.
The article can be read at Byzantine church built over temple to Pan found in Israel. 'Like pilgrims left graffiti'