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Solomon's Temple Holy of Holies - Bing images

Solomon's Temple Holy of Holies - Bing images

Noah's Stone Anchor Found near Mount Ararat? The Length of the Noah ruins Matches the Biblical Record! Noah's Ark at 515 feet The length of the ruins of the ark is 515 ft., which is exactly 300 Royal Egyptian cubits (20.6 inches)! Moses was schooled in Egypt and was not familiar with the Hebrew cubit which was not even in existence when Moses wrote Genesis

Noah's Stone Anchor Found near Mount Ararat? The Length of the Noah ruins Matches the Biblical Record! Noah's Ark at 515 feet The length of the ruins of the ark is 515 ft., which is exactly 300 Royal Egyptian cubits (20.6 inches)! Moses was schooled in Egypt and was not familiar with the Hebrew cubit which was not even in existence when Moses wrote Genesis

Cutaway view of Herod's Temple showing the veil leading to the most Holy Place.

Cutaway view of Herod's Temple showing the veil leading to the most Holy Place.

Solomon's Temple Holy of Holies - Bing images

Solomon's Temple Holy of Holies - Bing images

Replica of King Solomon's Temple, showing what the Holy Place may have looked like.  During the reign of Solomon's son Rehoboam, Shishak (Sheshonk), King of Egypt, raided Jerusalem about 925 BC and "took away treasures of the house of the Lord and the treasures of the king's house; he took away everything. He also took away the shields of gold (500 in number, worth about 36 million U.S. dollars) which Solomon had made..."

Replica of King Solomon's Temple, showing what the Holy Place may have looked like. During the reign of Solomon's son Rehoboam, Shishak (Sheshonk), King of Egypt, raided Jerusalem about 925 BC and "took away treasures of the house of the Lord and the treasures of the king's house; he took away everything. He also took away the shields of gold (500 in number, worth about 36 million U.S. dollars) which Solomon had made..."

The actual spot where the Jews believe the Temple of Solomon originally stood.

The actual spot where the Jews believe the Temple of Solomon originally stood.

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