A Decade of Archaeological Exploration on the Temple Mount

  title={A Decade of Archaeological Exploration on the Temple Mount},
  author={Yuval Baruch and Ronny Reich and D{\'e}bora Sandhaus},
  journal={Tel Aviv},
  pages={22 - 3}
Recent inspection by the Israel Antiquities Authority has shed light on several issues related to the history of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem:important data has been gathered regarding the character of the rock at the summit of the hill; knowledge of the drainage systems and the cisterns that have served the Temple Mount has been augmented; in several places ancient structures buried beneath layers of soil have been recorded; and several previously concealed architectural elements probably… 


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