Herod allowed the construction of new courts on the north, west Holy Ground - Porch - Porch south sides of the Temple but the east wall remained intact and undisturbed. Not to be confused with Herod's Royal Stoa, a porch, portico, or colonnade on the south wall of Herod's Temple. The location of Solomon's First Temple, and Zerubbabel and Herod's Second Temple site, has remained a mystery for almost two thousand years. All were built on the threshing floor bought by King David.
Finding the location of Herod's Temple would help us to locate Solomon's Porch. The location of the Temple has been a divisive subject. There have been many discrepancies concerning the size of Herod's Temple complex and where it was situated on the Temple Mount. The historical evidence does not support the idea of the whole Temple Mount as being Herod's extended courts to the North, West and South, as per the Dome of the Rock platform theories suggest. In these theories Holy Ground - Porch - Porch extended Temple courts would be almost triple the size of the furlong by furlong description of the Temple given by Josephus.
During the 19th century Muslim rulers allowed various archaeological expeditions to take place in Jerusalem. Among the early explorers of Palestine were men like Titus Tobler who conducted an expedition in the s. Thomas Lewin ESQ. In an effort to identify the location of the first and second Temple site, these scientists relied heavily on the Jewish Mishna and the historical writings of Josephus.
They also conducted and documented their own extensive research which included detailed topographical maps of both Jerusalem and the Temple Mount. The maps drawn by these early explorers show Holy Ground - Porch - Porch Temple of Herod as being a furlong by a furlong square, stretching feet in each direction from the SW corner of the Temple Mount with its east wall landing on a substructure called Triple Gate.
A collection of these maps can be viewed here. The trumpeting stone fell during the destruction of the Temple in 70 CE, cracking the pavement stones of the first-century street below.
The project was completed in the military office of the Siberian Corps, commanded by Lieutenant-General I. This church represents a baroque rectangular building with a large semi-circular altar.
The main facade has centrally symmetric composition: the middle there is risalit, cutting through three arched windows with responders between them and completing by the gable, side parts have two arched windows, rounded corners and pilaster side. The entry of the church was on the south side.
Initially Holy Ground - Porch - Porch had a doorway with columns, and later the church kept the high porch with rampart Holy Ground - Porch - Porch ornately shaped trellis-work and canopy with elegant hammered metal consoles. Until the late 19th century, over the building there was Friends And Lovers - Bread - The Best Of Bread Volume I & II baroque octagonal tower with a dome.
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