Temple of Solomon

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Noun1.Temple of Solomon - any of three successive temples in Jerusalem that served as the primary center for Jewish worship; the first temple contained the Ark of the Covenant and was built by Solomon in the 10th century BC and destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar in 586 BC; the second was built in 515 BC and the third was an enlargement by Herod the Great in 20 BC that was destroyed by the Romans during a Jewish revolt in AD 70; all that remains is the Wailing Wall
capital of Israel, Jerusalem - capital and largest city of the modern state of Israel (although its status as capital is disputed); it was captured from Jordan in 1967 in the Six Day War; a holy city for Jews and Christians and Muslims; was the capital of an ancient kingdom
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Half an hour later, the Rhetor returned to inform the seeker of the seven virtues, corresponding to the seven steps of Solomon's temple, which every Freemason should cultivate in himself.
The protectors of Solomon's Temple may claim license by the example of Solomon.''
In this process the chamber and its furniture grew more and more dignified and luxurious; the shawl hanging at the window took upon itself the richness of tapestry; the brass handles of the chest of drawers were as golden knockers; and the carved bedposts seemed to have some kinship with the magnificent pillars of Solomon's temple.
Peter's, which came from Solomon's Temple. They have, also--which was far more interesting to me--a piece of the true cross, and some nails, and a part of the crown of thorns.
Chawlhmun [Mizoram], December 28 ( ANI ): Tucked away in the lap of nature surrounded by lush green landscape, the Solomon's Temple, the biggest Church in Mizoram, is now open for public.
Solomon's Temple was built within a period of seven (7) years.
Solomon's Temple also known as the First Temple and royal palace from the Hebrew Bible have been a riddle for millennia.
Newton had an interest in the Temple of Solomon that lasted more than 50 years, says Morrison, and wrote an unpublished manuscript A Treatise or Remarks on Solomon's Temple, Introduction to the Lexicon of the Prophets, Part Two: About the Appearance of the Jewish Temple, probably from the middle 1680s to the early 1690s.
It makes sense to assume the original candelabra and table of the Tabernacle were housed--and used--in the Tabernacle throughout the years leading up to the construction of Solomon's Temple. However, if the Philistines did indeed destroy the Tabernacle of Shiloh, how did the original candelabra and table survive to be used in the Temple?
He also cited "attempts by right-wing ministers in the Israeli government to legitimize Jewish prayers inside Al Aqsa," and warned of an unspecified "era-bound and location-based" division plan of the mosque, to "eventually rebuild what they allege to be the Solomon's Temple," according to the Jordanian royal statement.
This week, Tablet, in conjunction with The Atavist, published "Solomon's Island," a true story about the epic search for Solomon's Temple, which took our senior editor Matthew Fishbane around the globe to the South Pacific.
The Israeli government is planning to build Solomon's Temple, an extremely holy Jewish shrine thought to have been in the place of the mosque in ancient times according to the Hebrew Bible, although there is no direct archaeological evidence for the existence of the shrine.