Tombs in Jerusalem (List of Tombs in Jerusalem)

This page attempts to enlists all the notable and known tombs in Jerusalem

circa 10 BCE

Tomb of Absalom (Yad Avshalom) in the Kidron Valley at the foot of Mount of Olives with entrance to the Cave of King Jehoshaphat (Maarat Yehoshafat) visible in the background to the left.

circa 10 BCE

circa 10 BCE

Tomb of Zechariah Ben Jehoiada in Kidron Valley at the foot of Mount of Olives.

circa 800 BCE

The Garden Tomb, unearthed in 1867 and has subsequently been considered by some Christians to be the site of the burial and resurrection of Jesus.

circa 1200 CE

Entrance to the Tomb of the Virgin Mary.

circa 650 CE

The Grave of Shadad ibn 'Aws

The grave of Ubadah ibn Samet, companion of Prophet Muhammad in Bab al-Rahmah cemetery, Jerusalem.

circa 650 CE

The Grave of Shadad ibn 'Aws

The grave of Shadad ibn Aws, companion of Prophet Muhammad in Bab al-Rahmah cemetery, Jerusalem.

circa 1450 CE

The Tomb of Mujir al-Din, a fifteenth century judge of Jerusalem, is located south to the exterior court of Mary's tomb, and adjacent to the bridge over the valley. He was also the author of a book on Jerusalem and Hebron, published in 1495.

circa 1560 CE

Recently renovated Maqam-i Sheikh el-Dajani, who was a recognized muslim religious leader (circa. 1459–1561 CE) in Jerusalem and was appointed by Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent as the keeper of the David's tomb on the Mount Zion.

circa 200 CE

The cenotaph believed to be the tomb of David in the King David Tomb Complex, on Mount Zion in Jerusalem. The building dates to the 2nd century CE the earliest, and the tradition of David being buried here was created by Byzantine Christians well over a millennium after his supposed death.

circa 1000 BCE

Replica of the Tomb of Huldah as seen in Holyland Model of Jerusalem. The Western Huldah Gates in the Southern Temple Mount Wall are visible in the background as well.

circa 100 CE

Forecourt and the outer entrance to the Tombs of the Sanhedrin also known as the Tombs of the Judges, opens onto a small courtyard, walled on three sides, located in Sanhedria, Jerusalem.

circa 100 CE

The Monolith of Silwan also known as the Tomb of Pharaoh's daughter is a cuboid rock-cut tomb located in Silwan, Jerusalem dating from the period of the Kingdom of Judah. According to ta 9th-century hypothesis that the tomb was built by Solomon for his Egyptian wife.

circa 100 CE

The entrance to the Tomb of Nicanor or the Cave of Nicanor is an ancient burial cave located on Mount Scopus in Jerusalem.

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