Archaeological find: Temple Mount may have been used after fall of the Second Temple

TIMES OF ISRAEL
Massive section of Western Wall and Roman theater uncovered after 1,700 years
by Amanda Borschel-Dan
October 16, 2017

Archaeologists are one step closer to solving the riddle of what took place in Jerusalem following the destruction of the city by Romans in 70 CE. Israel Antiquity Authority archaeologists announced Monday that for the past two years they have been excavating and exposing a massive eight-meter deep section of Jerusalem’s Western Wall, unseen for 1,700 years. And in the course of their work, which has been quietly proceeding directly beneath Wilson’s Arch — the area immediately adjacent to the men’s section of the Western Wall — they unexpectedly discovered a small Roman theater. READ MORE

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