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MASADA,BIBLE ARCHITECTURE,the building on the middle terrace of the North Palace

MASADA:ancient palace fortress of King Herod

Rock cut tomb of the sons of Hazir at Kidron (Hinnom) Valley in Jerusalem.

Israel, Rock cut tomb of the sons of Hazir at Kidron (Hinnom) Valley in Jerusalem.

Gailee, Israel This is the side of Mt. Arbel. Climbed this ~ October 2013

Arbel Fortress Cliff in Galilee, northern Israel. The cliffs are dotted with natural caves, which were used as hide outs by the Jewish rebels in the war against Herod and the Romans.

Star of David appears on at least four reliefs in the wall of Jerusalem's Old City. Actually it is a six-pointed star which is called by M...

The Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem (Rova Yehudi) (הרובע היהודי בעיר…

Jerusalem, Israel... The bottom half of building is believed to have stood when Jesus walked the earth

The bottom half of building is believed to have stood when Jesus walked the earth

Masada is situated atop an isolated rock cliff at the western end of the Judean Desert, overlooking the Dead Sea. It remains a symbol of the ancient kingdom of Israel, its violent destruction and the last stand of Jewish patriots in the face of the Roman army in 73 A.D. Masada was built as a palace complex in the classic style of the early Roman Empire by Herod the Great, King of Judea, (reigned 37 – 4 B.C).

*ISRAEL ~ Masada - Israel's mountain fortress constructed by King Herod; situated atop an isolated rock cliff at the western end of the Judean Desert, overlooking the Dead Sea; one route up is the Snake Path, a winding path that climbs feet to the summit

Bab El Sahyoon باب الصهيون = Zion Gate at Armenian Convent - the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel.   Zion gate is riddled with bullet holes from the War of 1948.

Bab El Sahyoon باب الصهيون = Zion Gate at Armenian Convent - the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel. Zion gate is riddled with bullet holes from the War of

*ISRAEL~Israeli archaeologists have uncovered an 1800-year-old bathing pool used by the Roman Tenth Legion and dating from the second and third centuries AD in the old Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem known by the Romans as Aelia Capitolina.  The archaeology excavations revealed several plastered bathtubs in the side of the pool, a pipe used to fill it with water, and a white industrial mosaic on the floor of the pool.

*JERUSALEM ~ Israeli archaeologists have uncovered an bathing pool used by the Roman Tenth Legion and dating from the second and third centuries AD in the old Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem known by the Romans as Aelia Capitolina.

Biblical Antique Jerusalem Jar  Clay Pottery Jug

Biblical Antique Jerusalem Jar Clay Pottery Jug the tree of life appears on its side

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