Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Archaeological Evidence on the Temple Mount

Snaps from today's presentations at the Yad Ben-Tzvi Institute Congerence on what have been found on the Temple Mount during excavation work done by the Waqf for either water or electric lines or pipes:

the outlines of a building that was constructed, unlike all other early period structure, in a slanted direction.


pottery remains from the 6th century BCE, that is, just before the destruction of the First Temple and there were animal remians as well.

and stones deep underground that were marked by the Hebrew letter ק which indicates korban that is, dedicated especially for the Temple:-


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