Pontius Pilate in Jerusalem: The Monumental Street from the Siloam Pool to the Temple Mount

  title={Pontius Pilate in Jerusalem: The Monumental Street from the Siloam Pool to the Temple Mount},
  author={Nahshon Szanton and Moran Hagbi and Joe Uziel and Donald T. Ariel},
  journal={Tel Aviv},
  pages={147 - 166}
For over a century and a half, excavations in Jerusalem have been uncovering segments of the city’s Early Roman period network of streets, particularly the street that wended its way from the southernmost gate of the city, alongside the Siloam Pool and towards the Temple Mount. The importance of this street is evident from its dimensions as well as from the quality of its construction, which undoubtedly required an expansive workforce that included skilled labourers and craftsmen. Based on… 

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