Temple Mount Rubble from 70 CE Roman Destruction

This page attemts to list the destroyed elements of the Temple Mount resulting from 70 CE Roman Destruction.

Date Landscape Notes Reference
c. 10 BCE The iconic and the only remaining pile of large ashlar stones which had been knocked down from the western retaining wall of the Temple Mount in 70 CE, destroying the shops and damaging the pavement. The architectural fragments were found here make it possible to reconstruct the staircase and the upper part of the retaining wall.
c. 10 BCE Temple Warning Inscription is one of the inscriptions that were installed at the for infomation purposes. It is one of the two copies that is completly intact.
Latest Update: February 17, 2015