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Technology Identifies Lost Color at Roman Forum  Historical sources describe the menorah looted by the Romans when they destroyed the Second Temple in Jerusalem in A.D. 70 as made of gold, as God instructed Moses in Exodus.

Technology Identifies Lost Color at Roman Forum Historical sources describe the menorah looted by the Romans when they destroyed the Second Temple in Jerusalem in A. 70 as made of gold, as God instructed Moses in Exodus.

Arch of Titus. Coffers above and a relief panel of the Spoils of Jerusalem. Opposite side is a relief of the Triumph of Titus. Evil man, beautiful arch...

Arch of Titus. Coffers above and a relief panel of the Spoils of Jerusalem. Opposite side is a relief of the Triumph of Titus.

Cult Of The Ancient Gods  A well preserved section of Persepolis shows the highly detailed sculpting techniques used by the Achaemenids. This particular section is likely to have once been part of a staircase, like the one from Persepolis' Tripylon displayed further along in the Bastan National Museum in Tehran.

A Picture Gallery of The Ancient Persepolis (Parsa) The ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Persian Empire

Golden Menorah is a replica from Herod's Temple made by the Temple Institute.  It  stands in Old City of Jerusalem at the Jewish Quarter.

Golden Menorah is a replica from Herod's Temple made by the Temple Institute. It stands in Old City of Jerusalem at the Jewish Quarter.

Arch of Titus which depicts the aftermath of the Destruction of the Second Temple.

More Proof The Lubavitcher Rebbe Was Wrong?

Roman artifact showing Romans carrying away the contents of the Temple in Jerusalem in 70 AD.

Just two weeks after a Temple era seal was displayed to the public, archeologists continue to dig up breathtaking proofs of the ancient and never-severed connection between Jews and the Land of Israel. This time, the find is a 1,500 year old tiny stamp discovered near the city of Akko, bearing the image of the seven-branched Temple Menorah.    The stamp was used to identify baked products and probably belonged to a bakery that supplied kosher bread to the Jews of Akko in the Byzantine…

The Temple Institute: Temple Menorah Stamp Affirms Jewish Claim to Land

The Nativity Church in Bethlehem built over the grotto where Jesus was born.

The Nativity Church in Bethlehem built over the grotto where Jesus was born On the ceilings hang Chandeliers and on the walls are fragments of mosaic. This building is the oldest standing church in the Holy Land

Menorah Pin, 4th-7th century (Late Antique).  This long, straight pin may have been used by a Jewish woman to fasten her clothing, or to ornament her hair. (www.art.thewalters.org).

ancientpeoples: “ Bronze menorah-shaped pin, 20 cm long in) Byzantine, found in Turkey, century (Late Antique) “ This long, straight pin may have been used by a Jewish woman to fasten.

This clay seal impression from c. 700 BC contains the Hebrew text,  "Belonging to Hezekiah [son of] Ahaz, King of Judah." Hezekiah is a well known Biblical king referred to frequently in such passages as 2 Kings 19:9. The impression shows a winged scarab beetle, which possibly indicates Egyptian artistic influence. The artifact is roughly one-half inch in size and is now in a private collection.

This clay seal impression from c. 700 BCE contains the Hebrew text, "Belonging to Hezekiah [son of] Ahaz, King of Judah.

As the deer panteth for the water...Oh my soul longeth after Thee...You alone are my hearts desire and I long to Worship Thee~

As the deer panteth for the water . so my soul longeth after Thee . You alone are my heart's desire and I long to worship Thee . You alone are my strength my shield . to You alone may my spirit yield .

Ancient cave carving of Temple lamp stand (menorah).

Ancient cave carving of Temple lamp stand (menorah). The TRUE tree of lights!

Old City of Jerusalem / Հին Քաղաք / העיר העתיקה / البلدة القديمة / Старый город in שלם, ירושלים

Old City of Jerusalem / Հին Քաղաք / העיר העתיקה / البلدة القديمة / Старый город in שלם, ירושלים

The Arch of Titus at Via Sacra, Rome; constructed in c.82 AD by the Roman Emperor Domitian shortly after the death of his older brother Titus to commemorate Titus' victories, including the Siege of Jerusalem in 70 AD.

Architecture ~ Rome, Forum Romanum,Titusbogen (Roman Forum, Arch of Titus)

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