Underground Journey from the City of David to the Temple Mount Foundation Stones
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Active in the PEF, they excavated inside the Tyropoeon Valley and uncovered a fortification wall which they considered to be the wall on the western side of the city of Jerusalem at the time of the First Temple
Archaeological evidence from the time of Zion's return to Jerusalem: a seal impression discovered in archaeological excavations by the Antiquities Authority and Tel Aviv University in the Givati Parking Lot in the City of David, in the National Park around the walls of Jerusalem. The new findings may show that, despite the difficult situation of Jerusalem after the destruction of the First Temple, efforts were made to restore the administrative systems. The figure of a man, apparently a king, is imprinted, sitting on a large chair, with two pillars in front of him.