A list of inscriptions created or modified for the installation on Temple Mount. The following list includes inscriptions currently in-situ, museums and/or other locations.
|c. 10 BCE||Trumpting Place Inscription, believed to be a directional sign for the priests who blew a trumpet, consistent with an account in Josephus. The stone, showing just two complete words (לבית התקיעה, "lebeit hatekiya") written in the Square Hebrew alphabet, was carved above a wide depression cut into the inner face of the stone.|
|c. 10 BCE||Temple Warning Inscription, is an inscription that hung along the balustrade outside the Sanctuary of the Second Temple in Jerusalem.|
|Latest Update: February 17, 2015|