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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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It is also venerated as Judaism's most holy place as it sits where Jews believe the First and Second Temples once stood: the Second Temple was destroyed by the Romans in 70 AD.
Herod rebuilt the temple into the largest and most sumptuous of them all, which was finished in 20 BC but only lasted till the Romans utterly destroyed Jerusalem in 70 AD as they put down the final Jewish rebellion.
The Western Wall is the last remnant of supporting wall of the Second Temple complex which was destroyed by the Romans in 70 AD.
The elements of shaming and deterrent were done on a large scale, the most infamous ones being the crucifixion in 70 AD of some 6,000 of Spartacus followers.
Di Castro, an antiques dealer by profession, said that the Jewish community of Rome dates back to 70 AD and that many of the stolen volumes are priceless.
'There are historical records of tapestry weavers from Jerusalem who fled to Hispania in 70 AD when the Temple was destroyed by the Romans,' says Maria Jose Cano, professor of Sephardic studies at the University of Granada.
OC Weekly reported this morning that somewhere between 10 and 70 ad sales staff had been laid off, but there is no confirmation.
The Western Wall is venerated by Jews as the last remnant of the wall supporting the Second Temple, which was destroyed by the Romans in 70 AD.
It houses both the Dome of the Rock and Al-Aqsa mosque -- Islam's third holiest shrines -- and is venerated by Jews as the site where King Herod's temple stood before it was destroyed by the Romans in 70 AD. "The agreement indicates that something is cooking and that steps are expected very soon to find a Palestinian-Israeli settlement," said political analyst Labib Kamhawi.
As a key language used in Israel from 539 BC to 70 AD, experts believe it was likely to have been spoken by Jesus.
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. Today it serves as the foundation for Islam's Al-Aqsa Mosque and Dome of the Rock, and is a holy place for Jews.
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.