#1588

2017-09-19

Redating the Gihon Tower/Destruction of the Temple

With Clyde Billington

The construction of a tower guarding the Gihon spring in Jerusalem has been redated by about 1,000 years. The significance of this redating is discussed, along with archaeological remnants of the destruction of the Jewish Temple, first by the Babylonians and then by the Romans, both on the 9th day of the Jewish month of Av, 650 years apart.

tags: Jerusalem Temple Hezekiah's Tunnel Tish B'Av Gihon spring

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#1430

2014-05-28

The City of David

With Todd Bolen

The City of David area of Jerusalem has become must see territory for Christian pilgrims in recent years, following all of the recent archaeology that has been done there. In addition, a lot of work has been done to make the finds easily accessible to visitors.A lot of what can be seen there is underground.

tags: Hezekiah's Tunnel Warren's Shaft Pool of Siloam

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#1294

2011-08-24

Temple Mount Theories, Hezekiah’s Pool, and Tel Shikmona

With Prof. Keith Schoville

Another round-up of the latest news in Biblical Archaeology: a Temple Mount theory from Israel Finkelstein (and a hush-hush report from the Israeli Comptroller’s office), The Acra Fortress, Hezekiah’s Pool is not the pool at the end of Hezekiah’s Tunnel, and Tel Shikmona just might have the most perfect four-room house discovered by Israeli archaeologists twice.

tags: Jerusalem Finkelstein Temple Mount Comptroller's Report Acra Fortress Hezekiah's Pool Tel Shikmona

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