Latest topics
» MARS, a mysterious "box" is photographed by the Rover Spirit
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyToday at 6:02 pm by PurpleSkyz

» UFO News ~ Black Triangular UFO Filmed Over The Ocean Near The Meeting Island In Saint Pierre, Canada plus MORE
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyToday at 4:36 pm by PurpleSkyz

» Body Language: Trump Vs Military–Industrial Complex
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyToday at 4:32 pm by PurpleSkyz

» Who Made Ollantaytambo's Water Temple?
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyToday at 10:02 am by PurpleSkyz

» Sky-watcher captures two odd flashes next to the Orion Constellation
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyToday at 9:56 am by PurpleSkyz

» How CBD Oil Can Help You Fight Insomnia
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyToday at 9:53 am by PurpleSkyz

» 500 Scientists Sign Letter to UN: ‘There Is No Climate Emergency’
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyToday at 9:51 am by PurpleSkyz

» Arrest Of 750 Child Protesters In Hong Kong Sparks Outrage
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyToday at 9:44 am by PurpleSkyz

» UPDATES - Is PG&E Causing the California Wildfires? plus MORE
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyToday at 9:41 am by PurpleSkyz

» Benjamin blablabla Fulford 10-14-19… Historic changes unfold worldwide as Zionist project collapses
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyToday at 9:16 am by PurpleSkyz

» POOPness for OCT 13: NIGHTS IN WHITE SATIN SHEETS THANKS TO YOUR DONATIONS SUCKAS!!! AHAHAHA
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyYesterday at 7:49 pm by PurpleSkyz

» Tic Tac Witnesses Kevin Day Interview
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyYesterday at 5:18 pm by PurpleSkyz

» Truthfulness: The Silent Act of Power
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyYesterday at 4:11 pm by PurpleSkyz

» 25% Of Americans Have ‘Never Eaten A Vegetable’, Survey Reveals WAIT... WHAT???
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyYesterday at 3:21 pm by PurpleSkyz

» UK mom sues Tavistock children’s clinic over ‘misleading’ and ‘experimental’ gender change treatments
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David EmptyYesterday at 3:16 pm by PurpleSkyz












PLEASE VISIT
CannaBananaDaze
CBD/THC OIL INFO
www.cannabananadaze.com

MEDICAL & REC
GROWING TIPS & MORE
CURE YOURSELF!


You are not connected. Please login or register

OUT OF MIND » DISCLOSURE » HISTORIES MYSTERIES » Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David

Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David

Go down  Message [Page 1 of 1]

PurpleSkyz

PurpleSkyz
Admin
Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David
Date: December 27, 2018Author: Nwo Report

Unearthed in excavation of the monumental Pilgrims’ Path, the Second Temple-era adornment likely fell after use of a ritual bath, say archaeologists


Misplaced 2,000-year-old ring discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David RING-FOUND-IN-CITY-OF-DAVID-CROP-640x400
By Amanda Borschel-Dan
Some 2,000 years ago, a Jewish penitent misplaced a bronze ring during his climb of a 600-meter-long (about 2,000 feet) pilgrims’ thoroughfare leading to the Temple Mount. While the recently recovered ring is today heavily corroded, its central blue semi-precious stone still sparkles.
The ring was recently discovered at the City of David’s Sifting Project in Emek HaTsurim, in a bucket of dirt excavated from a structure on the side of the broad 7.5-meter (24-feet) -wide road that is thought to have housed a ritual bath, or mikveh. According to City of David archaeologists, the worshiper likely lost the ring when fresh from ritual purification prior to his ascent to the Temple Mount.
For the past seven years at the City of David National Park in Jerusalem, archaeologists have been excavating a now-subterranean stairway that once served as a main artery to the Temple Mount, beginning at the intersection of the Kidron and Ben Hinnom Valleys.
“Every step on this street brought the pilgrims closer to the Temple,” said City of David archaeologist Nahshon Szanton, in a recent video tour of the site. “Imagine to yourselves the joy, the songs, the prayers, the spiritual journey that these people experience when they know they are just meters away from reaching the gates of the Temple,” he added, while climbing the monumental staircase.

The pilgrims’ road, which ascends from the Pool of Siloam to the Jewish Temple, dates to no earlier than 30-31 CE, during the time of the notorious Roman governor Pontius Pilate. In the short video, Szanton emphasized that this was the period when Jesus was sentenced to death.
According to the City of David, the Herodian road was lined with shops and businesses to serve the thousands of pilgrims to Jerusalem on the major holidays.
The broad road is a monumental achievement: Szanton estimates that some 10,000 tons of quarried rock was used in its construction. The road was built above a complex drainage system, which rebels hid in 40 years after the Pilgrims’ Path’s construction as the Second Temple was destroyed by the Romans in 70 CE.
The drainage channel “was essentially a manmade tunnel,” according to the City of David, and was built underneath the Herodian Road. Its ceiling is made of the rectangular paving stones of the pilgrims road above.
The ring is perhaps a testament to a final period of peace, in which pilgrims could still safely climb the path to the Temple Mount and freely worship.
In a statement released by the City of David, archaeologists Szanton, Moran Hajbi, Ari Levy, and Dr. Joe Uziel said, “Just like today, it would appear that in the past, rings and jewelry were removed before bathing, and sometimes forgotten. This phenomenon, perhaps, is behind the discovery of the ring in what appears to be a ritual bath.”
The ring is a very human reminder of the people who ascended the path prior to the temple’s destruction, said the archaeologists.
“This ring allows us to personally connect with an individual’s personal story from 2,000 years ago. The ring, along with other finds, can shed light and expose the lives of people during the Second Temple period,” they said.

VIEW VIDEO HERE: https://nworeport.me/2018/12/27/misplaced-2000-year-old-ring-discovered-in-jerusalems-city-of-david/

Thanks to: https://nworeport.me



  

PurpleSkyz

PurpleSkyz
Admin



  

Back to top  Message [Page 1 of 1]

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum