REVISITING THE MAUSOLEUM AT HERODIUM: IS IT HEROD'S TOMB?

@article{Patrich2015REVISITINGTM,
  title={REVISITING THE MAUSOLEUM AT HERODIUM: IS IT HEROD'S TOMB?},
  author={Joseph Patrich and Benjamin Arubas},
  journal={Palestine Exploration Quarterly},
  year={2015},
  volume={147},
  pages={299 - 315}
}
Abstract An attentive examination of the impressive finds of the mausoleum uncovered in 2007 in Herodium has demonstrated that these are not in accord with the characteristics of Herodian architecture as postulated by the late Prof. Ehud Netzer. The following four arguments show that this monument, which was indeed built by Herod, did not serve as his eternal resting place: • Its moderate dimensions.• The absence of an appropriate gateway to the burial ground, and an adequate assembly space… 
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