Jerusalem+_Roman_ - 4 The stairs leading up to the southern...

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1 SECOND TEMPLE PERIOD MODEL OF JERUSALEM Antonia Fortress (with four towers) in center, adjacent to the Temple Herodian palace in foreground; Temple at rear
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2 Temple platform The actual Temple, in the center of the Temple platform The southern wall and stairs The Herodian Palace The Citadel
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3 The Western Wall (actually, a small portion thereof) today Massive stones at the southwest corner of the Temple complex Robinson’s arch Robinson’s arch (from below)
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Unformatted text preview: 4 The stairs leading up to the southern wall and entrance Mikveh near the southern wall entrance HERODIAN QUARTER 5 Priestly homes Mikveh in a priestly home, near the Temple area CITADEL 6 Roman ballistics, at the citadel, as witness to the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 C.E. BURNT HOUSE 7 Arch of Titus (Rome) Roman Emperors: Vespasian 69-79 C.E. Titus 79-81 C.E. Arch of Titus relief ARCH OF TITUS RELIEF IUDAEA CAPTA COIN...
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