Mount in Jerusalem (Ritmeyer Archaeological
Design) The site of the expert on the subject
featuring descriptions of his slides sets,
teaching aids, and other materials.
The Temple Mount - the Haram-esh-Sharif (Jewish
Virtual Library) Retells the Jewish and later the
Muslim history of the site, including links to descriptions of
The Temple Mount (Walking in Their
Sandals) Part of a larger article on Jerusalem, section 9
briefly describes the Temple Mount, focusing on aspects of the
second Temple Period. Includes many excellent
Institute Features links to many research
resources. The long term goal of this organization is "to do
as much as possible to bring about the rebuilding of the Holy Temple in
A Short Chronology of Jerusalem and the
Temple Mount (Personal Page, Lambert
Dolphin) Brings together history from all ages, in timeline
form, for a complete record of the Temple
Mount. Reflects some political bias.
Mount in Jerusalem (templemount.org) Presents three
theories on the location of the Jewish temple, highlighting the
research of Tuvia Sagiv.
for the Site of the Temple in Jerusalem (Associates
Knowledge) Presents an alternate
location for the Temple Mount, as proposed by Ernest Martin.
See also a response
to Ritmeyer's critique by Martin.
The Temple Mount
Archaeological Destruction (www.har-habayt.org)
[Link may no longer work] This site is dedicated to exposing the destruction of antiquities by
illegal digging and constructing without archaeological
supervision. Links to information, news reports, and photos.
The Temple Mount in Jerusalem (The
Jewish Magazine) A lengthy article about the illegal
construction projects taking place on the temple mount.
Interviews with several key personalities lend a well-rounded
perspective to the issue.
Developments in the News (templemount.org)
News gathered from various sources regarding the Temple
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.
Temple Mount (UCLA's Urban Simulation
Team) A UCLA PhD candidate, working alongside the Israel
Antiquities Authority, developed the Temple Mount simulation program
featured at the Davidson Center. Several good links as well
as pictures from the virtual Temple Mount program.
The Noble Sanctuary A
well-done site from a Muslim perspective that doesn't deny the
existence of the earlier Jewish temples. They are developing
an interactive CD-Rom about the site.