Costruction of the Temple of Jerusalem by King Solomon
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|Caption||Costruction of the Temple of Jerusalem by King Solomon. The huge blocks of stone were brought from nearby quarries; the tree trunks for pillars and beams came from Mount Lebanon. Original artwork for illustration on p8 of Look and Learn issue no 45 (24 November 1962).|
|Creator||John Millar Watt, British (1895–1975)|
|Artwork medium||gouache on paper|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|Temple Of Jerusalem First Temple temple construction stone blocks architecture Jewish Hebrew Jews King Solomon pulleys workers working craftsmen Bible pillars beams builders religion religious Judaism Work In Progress Under Construction ancient Old Testament Building Site tcx lifting Costruction John Millar Watt|
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