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    The capture of Jerusalem by Saladin on October 2, 1187 which caused the Third Crusade (1189-92). Balian of Ibelin surrenders and hands over the keys to the Tower of David to Saladin. From the chronicle of David Aubert. Illuminated manuscript; 15th century.

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    5 illuminations with text on one page. Jesus' family tree from Josias to Azor. Upper register: siege of Jerusalem, center: the jews led into exile in Babylon, 3 pairs of ancestors, Salathiel, Abiud, Amor. Calf-hide from the diocese of Mainz, mid 13th. MS 13, folio 18 v.

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    Siege of Jerusalem. Codex Justinianus; Institutes, descriptio terrae sanctae. Italien

    15-02-02/51

    The "Madaba map" (Jordan), mosaic floor of an early Christian church. The map mentions nine Jewish tribes and various localities from the New Testament; in the center: Jerusalem, with Emperor Constantine's buildings rising above Calvary and the Holy Sepulchre, Bethlehem, Emmaus, Jericho the Dead Sea. and the river Jordan with the place of Jesus' baptism

    15-03-05/ 2

    The Adoration of the Magi. Tondi in the spires: Angel of the Annunciation, Christ blessing, Annunciation; centre: Adoration of the Magi; predella: Nativity, Flight to Egypt, Presentation at the Temple. Tempera on wood (1423). 300 x 282 cm. Inv. 8364

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    Bible of St.Etienne Harding,France,School of Citeaux, early 12th. MS 12/15,vol.3,fol.13 verso: King David in majesty in the center of Jerusalem, surrounded by his musicians.

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    Arch of Titus on the Forum in Rome. The inside relief shows the booty taken by Emperor Titus after the fall of Jerusalem in 70 CE. The menorah and other cult objects from the Temple in Jerusalem were carried in triumphal procession. See also 01-03-01/9.

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    The Dome of the Rock, interior. The rock in the centre of the Mosque marks the spot, according to Jewish tradition, where God prevented Abraham from sacrificing his son Isaac. In Muslim tradition, this is the place from where the Prophet Mohammed ascended to heaven.

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    Antiphonary in note 5 (D),a book which contains the chants to be sung by the choir during mass. Initial "H" for Hyerusalem with the prophet Isaiah. Latin manuscript,Gothic writing,second half 14th. Parchment,56 x 39 cm

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    The purification of the Temple (ascribed) Wood Inv.3924

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    Siloam inscription,a Hebrew text commemorating the ex- cavation of a tunnel between the spring of Gihon and the pool of Siloam inside the walls of Jerusalem.Built under King Hezekiah,the tunnel brought water to the city during the Assyrian siege under Sennacherib.

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    The Dome of the Rock was built during the Omayyad Caliphate on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. The arcade in front of the Dome of the Rock is called "The Scales" In Muslim tradition this is where the scales for the weighing of souls will hang on Judgement-Day.

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    In the Holy Land:Jerusalem,the Temple Mount with the Dome of the Rock.

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    Jerusalem with Emperor Constantine's buildings rising above Calvary and the Holy Sepulchre. Detail of the "Map of Madaba", a mosaic floor of an early Christian church.

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    Presentation in the temple,from the apse of Kalenderhane-mosque.Simeon,having seen the infant Jesus and recognized him as the Messiah,can now die in peace"Nunc dimittis" 6th CE

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    Interdiction for non-Jews to enter the Inner Sanctum of the temple in Jerusalem. Greek inscription from the outer wall of the temple. Saint Paul was falsely accused of having introduced a former pagan into the precinct. Plaster cast. Original see 08-04-01/30

    08-04-01/31

    Interdiction for non-Jews to enter the Inner Sanctum of the Temple in Jerusalem. Greek inscription from the outer wall of the temple. Saint Paul was falsely accused of having introduced a former pagan into the precinct. Plaster cast: see 08-04-01/31

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    Bronze pyxis with nine shekels of Tyre minted between 13 BCE and 65 CE, used for temple taxes, fines etc. and also three Hebrew shekels.

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    Spanish miniature from a Mozarabic Bible,Spain,10th. fol.50 recto:The Temple in Jerusalem.

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    Jerusalem, 1867

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    Emperor Titus desroys the Temple in Jerusalem; Painted 1638/39. Canvas,148 x 199 cm Inv.1556

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    Jerusalem seen from Mount Josaphat. 1825 Canvas RF 4491

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    Scale model of Jerusalem and the second temple at the time of King Herod the Great (ca 20 BCE). The picture shows the temple compound.

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    "Judea Capta" (Judea is vanquished), Latin inscription and portrait of the Roman Emperor Vespasian (69-79 CE) on the recto of a bronze coin struck after the destruction of Jerusalem. Verso: two persons under a palm tree and a Latin inscription.

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