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The Royal Stoa was a basilica with an apse at its eastern end.  It was in the eastern end that the Sanhedrin met.  The pillars stood over 30 feet in height.  (Hershel Shanks, Jerusalem: An Archaeological Biography, p. 157)

The Royal Stoa was a basilica with an apse at its eastern end. It was in the eastern end that the Sanhedrin met. The pillars stood over 30 feet in height. (Hershel Shanks, Jerusalem: An Archaeological Biography, p. 157)

The stairs from the southern wall exit through the two gates into the court of the gentiles.  The court of the gentiles is surrounded by a pillared courts.  The red-roofed structure is called the Royal Stoa.  The Sanhedrin (Jewish ruling court) met in this location.  (Model, Holy Land Hotel, Jerusalem)

The stairs from the southern wall exit through the two gates into the court of the gentiles. The court of the gentiles is surrounded by a pillared courts. The red-roofed structure is called the Royal Stoa. The Sanhedrin (Jewish ruling court) met in this location. (Model, Holy Land Hotel, Jerusalem)

Jewish Cemetery on Mount of Olives in Jerusalem. Instead of flowers, which would not last long, people put stones on the graves to indicate that they have visited.

Jewish Cemetery on Mount of Olives in Jerusalem. Instead of flowers, which would not last long, people put stones on the graves to indicate that they have visited.

The theater with the temple mount in the background.  (Model, Holy Land Hotel, Jerusalem)

The theater with the temple mount in the background. (Model, Holy Land Hotel, Jerusalem)

The Wailing Wall, Jerusalem // Gustav Bauernfeind // 1904 // Painting - oil on canvas : Museum Art Images : Museuma

The Wailing Wall, Jerusalem // Gustav Bauernfeind // 1904 // Painting - oil on canvas : Museum Art Images : Museuma

The Temple Mount looking from the east (Mt. of Olives)  (Model, Holy Land Hotel, Jerusalem.)

The Temple Mount looking from the east (Mt. of Olives) (Model, Holy Land Hotel, Jerusalem.)

The Tyropoean valley.  The Pool of Siloam is in the foreground.  The temple mount can be seen on the horizon.  The City of David (Ophel) is the walled city on the right.  The poor section is to the left.  The Pool of Siloam played a major role in the Feast of Tabernacles and was the place where the miracle of the man born blind washed his eyes and came out seeing (John 9). (Model, Holy Land Hotel, Jerusalem)

The Tyropoean valley. The Pool of Siloam is in the foreground. The temple mount can be seen on the horizon. The City of David (Ophel) is the walled city on the right. The poor section is to the left. The Pool of Siloam played a major role in the Feast of Tabernacles and was the place where the miracle of the man born blind washed his eyes and came out seeing (John 9). (Model, Holy Land Hotel, Jerusalem)

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