The Temple's sacred vessels brought to life
IN PICTURES: An effort to digitally restore portions of ancient Rome's triumphal Arch of Titus is expected to produce one of the oldest known depictions of the Jerusalem Temple's sacred vessels, in original colors.
Earlier this month, a Yeshiva University-led team of international historians and scientists descended upon the first-century Arch of Titus in Rome's city center. Equipped with cameras and high-tech 3-D scanners, they looked for traces of color on one of the marble arch's three iconic, 1,900-year-old bas reliefs – the famous depiction of Roman soldiers carrying the seven-branched,...
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