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Notes On The Virtual Reconstruction Of The Herodian Period Temple And Courtyards

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This chapter relates to reconstructions of Temple and Temple courtyards as well as to attendant methodological issues. The intrinsic holiness of the Temple, for Jews and even for Christians, ignited religious and architectural imaginations. The chapter discusses briefly the issue of sources that guides reconstruction of both Temple and Temple Mount and what might be construed as methodological uniqueness. The reconstruction of the Temple and its courtyards involves numerous complex issues, with some more seemingly relevant than others, but ultimately all are interconnected.

Keywords: Jews; temple courtyards; virtual reconstruction



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