Solomon's Temple
According to the Bible, Solomon's Temple, also known as the First Temple, was the Holy Temple (Hebrew: בֵּית־הַמִּקְדָּשׁ‎: Bet HaMikdash) in ancient Jerusalem, on the Temple Mount (also known a...
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Temple Denial
Temple Denial refers to the assertion that the Temple in Jerusalem never existed or was not located on the Temple Mount.
The term "Temple Denial" was used by Dore Gold, president of the Jerusalem ...
Brazen Sea
The Molten Sea or Brazen Sea (ים מוצק "cast metal sea") was a large basin in the Temple in Jerusalem made by Solomon for ablution of the priests. It is described in 1 Kings 7 and 2 Chroni...
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Brazen Laver
The ten Brazen Lavers were bronze lavers used in the Temple of Solomon, in addition to the larger Molten Sea, according to the Book of Kings.All this passage explains about the lavers themselves is th...
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Old Whaler's Church (Sag Harbor)
First Presbyterian Church in Sag Harbor, New York, also known as Old Whaler's Church, is a historic and architecturally notable Presbyterian church built in 1844 in the Egyptian Revival style. The chu...
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Molten Sea
The Molten Sea or Brazen Sea (ים מוצק "cast metal sea") was a large basin in the Temple in Jerusalem made by Solomon for ablution of the priests. It is described in 1 Kings 7 and 2 Chroni...
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Replicas of the Jewish Temple
Replicas of the Jewish Temple are scale models or authentic buildings that attempt to replicate the Temple of Solomon, Second Temple and Herod's Temple in Jerusalem.
In the seventeenth century, Ra...
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Solomon's shamir
In the Gemara, the shamir (Hebrew: שמיר‎) is a worm or a substance that had the power to cut through or disintegrate stone, iron and diamond. King Solomon is said to have used it in the buil...
Tel Motza temple
The Tel Motza temple is an ancient Jewish temple located on the outskirts of Jerusalem discovered in 2012 by Israeli archaeologists.
Excavations at Tel Motza carried out prior to construction on H...
Templo de Salomão
The Temple of Solomon (Portuguese: Templo de Salomão, [ˈtẽplu dʒi saloˈmɐ̃w̃]) is a replica of the Temple of Solomon built by the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God in São Paulo.According to B...
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Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium
The Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium (Hebrew: הגימנסיה העברית הרצליה‎, HaGymnasia HaIvrit Herzliya, Also known as Gymnasia Herzliya), originally known as HaGymnasia HaIvrit (lit. Hebrew High School...
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Hamburg temple model
The Hamburg temple model is a baroque architectural model of the Temple of Solomon. It covers an area of about 12 square metres (130 sq ft) and is made from wood. It is square, with four win...
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Mesa Arizona Temple
111°49′10.5″W / 33.412889°N 111.819583°W / 33.412889; -111.819583The Mesa Arizona Temple (formerly the Arizona Temple; nicknamed the Lamanite Temple) is the seventh operating ...
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Laie Hawaii Temple
157°55′50.1″W / 21.647111°N 157.930583°W / 21.647111; -157.930583Laie Hawaii Temple is a temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) located on the ...
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Church of St. Polyeuctus
The Church of St. Polyeuctus (Greek: Ἅγιος Πολύευκτος, Hagios Polyeuktos) was an ancient Byzantine church in Constantinople (now Istanbul, Turkey) built by the noblewoman Anicia Juliana and dedica...
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Cardston Alberta Temple
113°18′32.50800″W / 49.1978440000°N 113.3090300000°W / 49.1978440000; -113.3090300000The Cardston Alberta Temple (formerly the Alberta Temple) is the eighth constructed and si...
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Rumbach Street synagogue
The Rumbach Street synagogue (Hungarian: Rumbach utcai zsinagóga) is located in Belváros, the inner city of the historical old town of Pest, in the eastern section of Budapest.The synagogue in Rum...
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