Leonardo Suite Tel-Aviv Bat-Yam
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... bottom of the wall. The Temple Mount is a marvellous piece of engineering. Even the smallest stones weigh two tonnes while there is one stone that weighs 600 tons. On the north, east and south the structure constitutes the wall of the old city. It is just awesome to look at and walk on. Today the Jews are not allowed on the Temple Mount so they have transferred their veneration to a small section of the wall - the Western or Wailing Wall. This is now ...
... made it back to the main entrance where I sucked back the coldest, biggest, best iced coffee ever! Take that Tim Hortons! More schlepping back up the hill to the Dung Gate, through the Jewish Quarter where the people were bustling about getting ready for Shabbat. We explored the Cardo, the main drag in both Roman and Byzantine times, did some shopping and grabbed a bite to eat at a cafe in the Arab section. Poor Gretchen! She is very blonde and ...
A pretty steady day for me. Apart from OCHREing, I traced the top surface of the mudbrick wall that was under one of the stone walls we deconstructed yesterday. I worked pretty slowly and for some time I could not get down to the mudbrick layer. I was just hitting the dirt that was between it and the stone. Finally, with Joel's help, I found it and traced that surface, again beginning slowly ...
Today was much easier. Much less heavy lifting, more small scale clean up. I began the day working in a little room of my own beside the Eastern Bulk (or square edge). I used a patiche and trowel to scrape off the winter wash on the bulk and walls and cleaned up the floor with a turiya. I was able to uncover a lot of the walls and floor. I also exposed the stratigraphy visible in the bulk, like ...
As I said...it was a third early morning for us. This time because we had to get to mass. For some reason or another, the Basilica of the Holy Sepulcher had services going on in it all day and wasn't open to the public. We got lucky and had the earliest Easter vigil mass at 6:30 this morning which meant getting to the edge of the Old City by 5:30. So, we rented a taxi early in the morning, found the crowd, and tried to figure out what was going on. ...