And following the great news about new archaeological reports on finds connected with the Temple Mount and the Jewish Biblical narrative, here are some pictures by my wife of the latest find at Tel Shiloh, a Byzantine period olive press, so far, unpublished in any academic journal (but we live right "next-door"):
and, as a bonus, some from the area of where we think the Tabernacle most probably was erected, the northern plateau where, in the exactly perpendicular lines of bedrock, 25 meters (=50 cubits) wide, you can discern 90 degree angle cuts, which no wind or rain can create:
Thank you Batya Medad.
Now you know Pal. claims are wrong.