The ridge on which Jerusalem’s Temple was built and/or the platform on which the Temple and its courts stood. King Herod’s platform was supported by massive walls, the tallest standing 160 feet, and measured more than 1,500 feet long, north to south, and more than 900 feet wide, east to west. It accommodated 200,000 pilgrims.


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