Book VI, between 12 and 130, I believe. He describes in great detail the Roman battle to enter the Temple Sanctuary through the Antonia. He specifically mentions the destruction of a covered walkway between Antonia to the north and the Temple just south. On the Mount. Also, read the beginning of Stephen Runciman's First Crusade about Julian. I never said Heraclius (or Justinian) copied the foundation, just that it was used. BUt, if U think the Temple was south of the Mount, where? the next hill south is Ramat Rahel, which isn't that close. There's no other hilltop just south of the Temple Mount; there's a valley.
Nigeria says troops destroy extremist camp, rescue 178 people (AP)
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