This category is for websites about the archaeology of the city of Jerusalem.
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Bible Places: Hezekiah's Tunnel
Features a number of photos of the tunnel. Includes links to other sites.
Bible Places: Warren's Shaft
Photos of this underground tunnel system discovered by Charles Warren in the 1860s.
The Jerusalem Archaeological Park
Includes the Temple Mount, Mount of Olives and the Kidron and Hinnom Valleys. Map, timeline, virtual reconstruction, biographies, history, bibliography, visitor information.
Dating of King Hezekiah's Tunnel Verified by Scientists
Press release stating that radiometric dating of the Siloam Tunnel in Jerusalem shows that it was excavated about 700 years before the Common Era, and can be safely attributed to the Judean King Hezekiah. (September 10, 2003)
Pyramids in Jerusalem
Describes a stylized image of a pyramid-topped first-century tomb on an ossuary at the Cincinnati Art Museum. [Archaeology Magazine] (September 24, 2002)
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