Cardo de Jerusalén.
Jewish Quarter, General
Jerusalem (myrova.com) Website created by inhabitants of this
area, with extensive explanations of the ancient sites and modern
activities. A good site to start with for learning about the
Old City, Jewish Quarter (Frommer's)
Describes the history and main sites of the Jewish Quarter,
including hours of operation and prices at the time of
Jewish Quarter (Virtual Israel Experience) Highlights
the main features of the newest quarter in the Old City with links
to related topics, especially historical.
Jewish Quarter (Agency for Jewish Education)
Includes brief descriptions of modern historical
background and location.
Quarter Museums of the Second Temple Period (Lehrhaus
Judaica) Prepared by an adult school for Jewish studies,
this site highlights important features of second temple
period history by examining museums in the Jewish Quarter
dedicated to this period.
Jewish Quarter in the Old City (Jerusalem
Archives) Features an excellent photograph of the two main
synagogues in the Old City prior to destruction. Historical
commentary reveals the current issues of the time.
Hezekiah's (Broad) Wall
of Judean Jerusalem (Israel MFA) Places
Hezekiah's Wall into an urban growth context. A classic
diagram comparing the size of Jerusalem in various periods is
included for reference.
The Broad Wall (The
New Jerusalem Mosaic, Hebrew University) A brief
description of the wall and the circumstances surrounding its
construction. Copy of this page at Jewish
(Broad) Wall (Dig the Bible) Presents this wall
in the historical context of Sennacherib's attack on Hezekiah's
kingdom, bringing Hezekiah's Tunnel and the siege at Lachish
into the picture.
Wall (Furman University) Displays a great
photo of the wall before reconstruction of the Jewish
in Their Sandals) Singles out photos of Hezekiah's
Wall from the Jerusalem photos section, including the
measuring device on site, which indicates the original
height of the wall.
Broad Wall (The Spurgeon Archive) Spurgeon's
sermon on the text of Nehemiah 3:8. With the utmost
respect for the "prince of preachers," we must
conclude that this particular sermon is a
good example of how not to preach from the Old Testament.