The exhibition showcases a wide variety of archeological artifacts from the Temple Mount. The artifacts were discovered through a unique project called the Temple Mount Sifting Project. The Temple Mount Sifting Project is the only archeological undertaking that has researched debris from the Temple Mount.
Through the artifacts, life during the Second Temple comes alive. You can see how people lived, traded, and worshiped God.
Here to see some of the artifacts featured in the exhibition:
Here is a short video on the exhibition.
In addition to the artifacts, the exhibition features one-of-a-kind sculptures carved from Moriah stone. Moriah stone is stone salvaged from the Temple Mount Sifting Project. The ancient stone is hand-crafted and adorned with precious gems and gold. The sculptures depict well known biblical stories in a delicate and magnificent fashion.
The exhibition is located at the Israeli Diamond Center (IDC) showroom located within the Israel Diamond Exchange in Ramat Gan and the Moriah store in the Old City of Jerusalem. The entrance is free and a representative from the store will provide you with an explanation of all of the artifacts.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to see rare artifacts from the Temple Mount.