Archaeological Park (Israel Antiquities
Authority) Interactive maps, virtual reconstruction models, an
interactive timeline, biographies, and excerpts from historical sources
provide a wealth of knowledge on the archaeology of Jerusalem.
Stone Piles that Memorialize Jerusalem's Destruction (PreteristArchive.com)
From the Jerusalem Post's archives, this article was written upon
the opening of the "Herodian Street" to the public in April
1997. Good description of the finds and significance
of this site.
- the Herodian Street Along the Western Wall (Israel
Ministry of Foreign Affairs) Summary of the history,
geography, and archaeology associated with the Southern
Excavations. Strong in its descriptions of the important
archeological finds from the area.
Arch (Dig the Bible) Great basic
explanations with links to related subjects at the same web
site. Pictures clearly illustrate the
subject at hand.
Stables and the Southern Gates (templemount.org)
Detailed scholarly description of this area of the temple
mount. Focuses mainly on Solomon's Stables, but also contains
good sections on the Southern Gates.
through Jerusalem 2,000 Years Ago (Israel Ministry
of Foreign Affairs) A description of the Davidson
Exhibition and Virtual Reconstruction Center, the museum extension of
the Southern Wall excavations' archaeological park, offers a
description of many of the park's notable features.