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the cardinal number that is the product of ten and seven

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being ten more than sixty

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Experts have identified at least 88 nests in between the giant stones that make up the Western Wall, which was part of the second biblical Temple destroyed by Jerusalem's Roman conquerors in 70 AD.
It is also the holiest site in the world for Jews, who believe it was the location of the Second Temple, torched by the Romans in 70 AD.
Muslims are sensitive to any perceived change in the status quo of the compound and many believe Jews are determined to build a new temple on the wide esplanade, the site of the Second Temple destroyed by the Romans in 70 AD.
Since last Friday, Israeli police have maintained restrictions on access to the compound, which Jews call Temple Mount because it is the site where their second Temple stood before Romans destroyed it in 70 AD.
Among the things that I had mentioned as the myths of the Solomon Temple and its destruction in 70 AD, which is a myth because history tells us that the Romans did not destroy the second temple, nor did they expel the Jews from Jerusalem, whose numbers in the first place were quite few, and did not allow for a large rebellion against the ruling state.
Jews refer to the same area as the Temple Mount, the location of the Second Jewish Temple razed by the Romans in 70 AD and Judaism's holiest site.
We have uncovered what we believe to be the first church in the world, dating from 33 AD to 70 AD," the head of Jordan's Rihab Centre for Archaeological Studies, Abdul Qader Hussan, was quoted as saying.
Jewish people have lived in the land of Israel for more than 3,000 years, have built, worshipped in and lost two Holy Temples, the first, long before the Christian Era and the second being destroyed in the year 70 AD.
Sadducees, Pharisees, Essenes, Qumran, Fourth Philosophy, and the followers of John the Baptist or of Bannus are among the Jewish sects that flourished in Palestine during the period before the destruction of the Temple by Romans in 70 AD.
15am to 12 noon, Professor P Jones talks on Vesuvius 70 AD and on December 15, a Christmas Carol Service.
The site was once occupied by the north western quarter of a Roman fortress founded in 70 AD.
With the expulsion of the Jews from Jerusalem in 70 AD, the Hebrew population dropped from two-thirds to one-third of the Holy Land, and continued to decline, according to John Wilkinson, to only 9 percent by the time of the Arab conquest and a zero presence in the Holy City (p.
In 70 AD the Jews revolted against the Roman occupation and were expelled from Hebron until the city came under Muslim rule in the seventh century.
Then explore the historic fortress of Masada where, after the fall of Jerusalem in 70 AD, Jewish resistance continued against Rome.
The compound houses both the Dome of the Rock and Al-Aqsa mosques, and is venerated by Jews as the site where King Herod's temple stood before it was destroyed by the Romans in 70 AD.