Archaeology at the Temple Mount is strictly forbidden. However, over the past hundred years, the Temple Mount went through many renovations, during which archaeologists were able to document incredible findings. These findings and much more we reveal in this video.
We will enter the Temple Mount through the Moors Gate, walk to the Dome of the Rock and examine where the Ark of the Covenant could have stood, see the Golden Gate, and then peak into the archives of the Al-Aqsa mosque to find out what lies underneath it.
So join us for this adventure as we explore the Temple Mount.
Temple Mount guide book -- http://store.carta-jerusalem.com/jerusalem/685-jerusalem-the-temple-mount-a-carta-field-guide.html
Temple Mount Sifting Project -- https://tmsifting.org/en/
A special thanks to Leen Ritmeyer who provided the illustrations and much of the information in his incredible book "Jerusalem: The Temple Mount - A Carta Guide Book”. We highly recommend to get a copy — https://www.ritmeyer.com/
A special thanks to the Temple Mount Sifting Project for the incredible work they have done in the past 30 years to uncover many archaeological artifacts and data. Make sure to see Prof. Gabi Barkay and archaeologist Zachi Dvira who share incredible information on their YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyet6eprbFHl5Kja3ynHqJg
Temple Mount Aerial Photo by Andrew Shiva / Wikipedia / CC BY-SA 4.0
Temple Mount Aerial Videos by Guy
Illustrations by Ritmeyer Archaeological Designs www.ritmeyer.com
Abraham Isaac Illustration by Phillip Medhurst
Well of Souls Photo by AP
Muslim Cemetery by Nikodem Nijaki
Archive pictures from Temple Mount are by IAA Archives http://www.iaa-archives.org.il/search.aspx?loc_id=15330
Temple Mount Sifting Project photo by Ana al'ain / Wiki
02:38 Entry via Moors Gate
04:55 Temple Mount
06:21 Dome of the Rock
09:00 Well of Souls
10:29 Golden Gate
14:05 Al-Aqsa Mosque
16:37 More Findings