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Jerusalem Dung Gate, before 1952 - Wikipedia

Historic Views of the Holy Land - Archaeology, Biblical History & Textual Criticism

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1870 Jerusalem's Temple Mount with the Dome of the Rock and Al Aqsa Mosque. Also note the small Muslim graveyard in front of the city wall and the "Golden Gate" or "Gate of Mercy.

2 апреля 1862. Гефсиманский сад

Garden of Gethsemane [Jerusalem] Creator: Francis Bedford (photographer) Creation Date: 2 Apr 1862

Jerusalem in the 1950's

One of the oldest cities in the world, Jerusalem was named as "Urusalima" on ancient Mesopotamian cuneiform tablets, probably meaning "City .

باب دمشق(باب العمود) 1895- ارشيف جامعة بيرزيت

باب دمشق(باب العمود) 1895- ارشيف جامعة بيرزيت

Jerusalem from Mt of Olives

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"...Jerusalem, in 1921. Snow is mentioned in the Bible only once. Benaiah, son of Jehoiada, who had struck Moab’s two mightiest warriors, killed a lion on the day when snow fell (2Sam 20:23). The two extraordinary events mutually preserved each other in historical memory." More photos at this site...amazing!

Snow in Jerusalem, in Snow is mentioned in the Bible only once. Benaiah, son of Jehoiada, who had struck Moab’s two mightiest warriors, killed a lion on the day when snow fell The two extraordinary events mutually preserved each other

Tombs of the Prophets, Jerusalem 1862-1863

Tombs of the Prophets, Jerusalem

OLD CITY OF JERUSALEM - Damascus Gate  - This leads into the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City. A market selling sneakers, food, and household goods sets up here, providing a bizarre contrast to architecture dating to the 16th century, and perfectly representing this land of contradictions. This is the main gate to the Old City, and the road running through it has always led to...Damascus.

The Damascus Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem - walked through here a few times!

A recent excavation in Israel has uncovered the historic fortifications and monumental gate of a Biblical-era city called Gath.

Goliath Gates: Entrance to Famous Biblical Metropolis Uncovered

A recent excavation in Israel has uncovered the historic fortifications and monumental gate of a Biblical-era city called Gath. Aren Maeir, Director, Ackerman Family Bar-Ilan University Expedition to Gath

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