Jerusalem Model Photos

The images below are from "The Jerusalem Model" located in the city of Jerusalem in Israel. It's a great place for the to learn about Jerusalem in the time of Jesus. When you go to Jerusalem, make sure that you visit this place. Click below to visit their site to learn more OR go to the bottom of this page to see the images.

Visit the Jerusalem Model at the Holyland Hotel

This is a "MUST SEE" site in Jerusalem!
Address: Nezer David street, Bayit Vegan,
P.O.Box 2461, Jerusalem 91023, Israel

Herod's Temple

This is a photo of the model of Herod's temple in Jerusalem. Also known as the Second Temple or Beit HaMikdash. The background of this image was edited to make it look more realistic.


Keywords:
Herod, Herod's temple, Jerusalem, temple
Source: Morris Cromer
Temple Front

This is a photo of the front of the model of Herod's temple in Jerusalem. The doors were between 60 and 100 feet tall!The background of this image was edited to make it look more realistic.


Keywords:
Herod, Herod's temple, Jerusalem, temple
Source: Morris Cromer
Solomon's Porch

This is a photo of the model of Solomon's Porch next to Herod's temple in Jerusalem. The 162 Corinthian columns were up to 100 feet tall!The background of this image was edited to make it look more realistic. The porch extended some 800 feet.


Keywords:
Herod, Herod's temple, Jerusalem, porch, Solomon's porch, temple
Source: Morris Cromer
Herod's Temple

This is a photo of the model of Herod's Temple in Jesus' time. Also known as the Second Temple or Beit HaMikdash. Courtesy of Jerry Culbertson.

Contact Jerry at the link below about conducting a Bible Archaeology Seminar at your church.


Keywords:
Herod, Herod's temple, Jerusalem, roman, temple
Source: www.JerryCulbertson.com (Bible Archaeology Seminars)
Herod's Temple (#2)

This is a photo of the model of Herod's Temple in Jesus's time.

Contact Jerry at the link below about conducting a Bible Archaeology Seminar at your church.


Keywords:
Herod, Herod's temple, Jerusalem, roman, temple
Source: www.JerryCulbertson.com (Bible Archaeology Seminars)
Temple Grounds

This is a photo of the model of Herod's Temple in Jesus's time. Also known as the Second Temple or Beit HaMikdash.

Photo by Jerry Culbertson. Contact Jerry at the link below about conducting a Bible Archaeology Seminar at your church.


Keywords:
Herod, Herod's temple, Jerusalem, roman, temple
Source: www.JerryCulbertson.com (Bible Archaeology Seminars)
Jerusalem Buildings

A Photo of model of buildings in Jerusalem. The monument with the pyramidal top is the first-century Tomb of David (alluded to by Peter in Acts 2:29), not the actual burial site which on Ophel hill to the east. Identification by Chris Bullard.


Keywords:
Jerusalem
Source: www.JerryCulbertson.com (Bible Archaeology Seminars)
Jerusalem Buildings (#2)

This is a photo of the model of the Herodian Monument built over the Cave of Machpelah. Identification by Chris Bullard.


Keywords:
Jerusalem, Machpelah
Source: www.JerryCulbertson.com (Bible Archaeology Seminars)
Antonio's Fortress

Antonio's Fortress, built by Herod the Great. It is located on the Northern wall of the Temple Mount and it housed the Roman Garrison stationed at Jerusalem. The South wall of the Fortress would allow the guard to look right over into the Temple mount area. This is where Paul would have been taken when rescued from the mob by the Roman guard.


Keywords:
Antonio's Fortress, Citadel, fort, Herod, Jerusalem, roman
Source: www.JerryCulbertson.com (Bible Archaeology Seminars)
Damascus Gate

This is a photo of the model of the Damascus gate in Jesus' time.


Keywords:
Citadel, fort, Herod, Jerusalem, roman
Source: www.JerryCulbertson.com (Bible Archaeology Seminars)
Jerusalem Theater

This is a photo of the model of the Jerusalem Theatre in Jesus' time. Identified by Chris Bullard.


Keywords:
Herod, Jerusalem, roman, theater
Source: www.JerryCulbertson.com (Bible Archaeology Seminars)
Jerusalem Model

Another view of the Jerusalem New Testament model.


Keywords:
Jerusalem
Source: Morris Cromer
Jerry Culbertson Bible Archaeology Seminars

Contact Jerry at the link below about conducting a Bible Archaeology Seminar at your church.


Keywords:
Archaeology, Culbertson, seminars
Source: www.JerryCulbertson.com (Bible Archaeology Seminars)