<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="1252"%> 70 AD Destruction
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70 AD Destruction
See the site of the excavated destruction.
Listen as Jews sing among the fallen blocks of stone.

See the indented pavement stones that still show signs of the
destruction 2,000 years later.

These rocks were pushed by the Romans over the edge of the temple mound in 70 AD as the city of Jerusalem was destroyed.

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The pavement below the temple mound walls was crushed 2000 years ago by the impact of the falling stones pushed from the temple buildings above.
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