Dawn Larimer

Dawn Larimer

Dallas, Texas / Child of God, married 31 years to a long-suffering man, mother of 9 wonderful children, grandmother of the 4 most perfect babies in the world!
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st. anne's crusader church | ... Crusader Church of Saint Anne - August 10, 2011 - (Matthew Mac Donald

st. anne's crusader church | ... Crusader Church of Saint Anne - August 10, 2011 - (Matthew Mac Donald

Dung Gate Different theories account for the naming of this gate, including one which puts it back to Omar's conquest of Jerusalem in 638 A.D. when trash was cleared out of the city through this gate. It is also known as the Gate of the Moors because of the North African immigrants who lived in a neighborhood next to the gate in the 16th century.

Dung Gate Different theories account for the naming of this gate, including one which puts it back to Omar's conquest of Jerusalem in 638 A.D. when trash was cleared out of the city through this gate. It is also known as the Gate of the Moors because of the North African immigrants who lived in a neighborhood next to the gate in the 16th century.

A replica of the Siloam Inscription at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. The original is in the Istanbul Archaeology Museum. (יעל י CC BY-SA Wikimedia Commons)

A replica of the Siloam Inscription at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. The original is in the Istanbul Archaeology Museum. (יעל י CC BY-SA Wikimedia Commons)

I stood right there, came through the tunnel. This is the pool of siloam where Jesus healed a blind man. The tunnel is the tunnel of Hezekiah

I stood right there, came through the tunnel. This is the pool of siloam where Jesus healed a blind man. The tunnel is the tunnel of Hezekiah

where Schick found the inscription in Hezekiah's Tunnel in 1880 before it was removed by Muslims for pillage, recovered by the British and kept in the Istanbul Museum.

where Schick found the inscription in Hezekiah's Tunnel in 1880 before it was removed by Muslims for pillage, recovered by the British and kept in the Istanbul Museum.

Bible and Archaeology - Online Museum: 13. Hezekiah's Tunnel (probable)

Bible and Archaeology - Online Museum: 13. Hezekiah's Tunnel (probable)

690 BCE. Describes the Assyrian king Sennacherib's siege of Jerusalem in 701 BC during the reign of king Hezekiah. (2 Kings 18 and 19) British Museum, Oriental Institute of Chicago, and the Israel Museum

690 BCE. Describes the Assyrian king Sennacherib's siege of Jerusalem in 701 BC during the reign of king Hezekiah. (2 Kings 18 and 19) British Museum, Oriental Institute of Chicago, and the Israel Museum

The scrolls have been dated to the early 6th century BC. This would make them the earliest known copy of text from the Torah. You can see the original silver scrolls at the Israel Museum.

The scrolls have been dated to the early 6th century BC. This would make them the earliest known copy of text from the Torah. You can see the original silver scrolls at the Israel Museum.

The scrolls have been dated to the early 6th century BC. This would make them the earliest known copy of text from the Torah. You can see the original silver scrolls at the Israel Museum.

The scrolls have been dated to the early 6th century BC. This would make them the earliest known copy of text from the Torah. You can see the original silver scrolls at the Israel Museum.

1. of 13. Ketef Hinnom - In 1979 Israeli archaeologists made a spectacular discovery. They found two silver scrolls in a burial cave in Jerusalem with Biblical tests recorded on them. The scrolls dated back to the time before the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem in 607 B.C.E.

1. of 13. Ketef Hinnom - In 1979 Israeli archaeologists made a spectacular discovery. They found two silver scrolls in a burial cave in Jerusalem with Biblical tests recorded on them. The scrolls dated back to the time before the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem in 607 B.C.E.