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Many people are of the opinion that fort Antonia use the whole Temple Mount as it’s location. Thus, moving the temple to the city of David as the new location. Sadly, those people have no knowledge of the vast research done by archeologist such as Charles Warren, Wilson, and Conrad Schick who were working for the Palestine Exploration Fund in the 1800’s. In this video we will show how the buildings of the temple were located within a specific area that measured 500 x 500 cubits. Also, I will show you how the temple and the fort Antonia could share the Temple Mount without affecting the holiness of the temple area. You will see the wall surrounding the buildings on the Temple Mount. I pray that once you visualize it, then a clearer picture will begin to emerge about the important of understanding temple geography.
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3 thoughts on “Fort Antonia within the Temple Mount”
Thank you Rico! This is fascinating! One thought I had was to put an image of a priest or a man standing next to the doors or wall so we can really compare & understand it’s height. It’s hard to imagine how tall everything was.
We’re really looking forward to more of these videos!
Bill & Kimela
Rico, now I know why you have been so excited about the Virtual Tour!!! OMG!!! I wanted to cry!!!….because we are able to see what Yeshua saw….where He walked!! How exciting this is!!! Todah Rabah for sharing!!!
Thank you so much for the video! This was amazing.
One quick thought : when you described the height of the wall as 30 cubits, i thought that number sounded familiar. So i looked, and it is the height of the ark Noach built. (Bereshit/Genesis : 15)