17 Burst results for "Twenty Seven Hundred Years"

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"It should hit its peak in the wee hours of Monday or Tuesday. Unfortunately, though, the Gibbs moon, we'll get in the way it's clear we'll overpower all but the brightest meteors, the libraries are one of the most reliable of all media showers. The earliest report comes from twenty seven hundred years ago in ancient China where a scribe reported that meteors fell like rain most years the Lord's produced no more than twenty or so meteors per hour. But the shower has produced a few outbursts, the most intense was recorded in eighteen oh three along the east coast, a group of sky watchers in Albany, New York said that Starr seemed to fall from every point in the heavens as far as our site could extend another observer in Portsmouth, New Hampshire counted, one hundred sixty seven meteors in ten or fifteen minutes after that he gave up counting and just enjoyed the show. One of the most extensive reports came from Richmond Virginia much of the town. Had been roused by a fire alarm in the wee hours of the morning. The blaze was quickly extinguished, but the sky state ablaze for a couple of hours. The local paper said it looked like a show of skyrockets. It alarmed many and astonished every person who beheld it alas there won't be nearly as much to behold this year, even so if you can find a dark safe sky watching spot, you might see a few bright lives.

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Than its economic impact. All right. So why does an industry it's only as big as the cardboard box industry matter so much. Here's one explanation athletic competition has been around a long time. So we've seen professionalized athletes in the world for at least twenty five hundred years now. So I don't know about the gladiators, but certainly the Olympic Games, which of course, we know the Olympics are all about amateur athletes. We know the amateur athletes in the ancient Olympics have been paid for the last twenty seven hundred years. So the there would be large rewards the official reward from the Olympic Games themselves was just the crown of olive branches symbolizing that it's the competition that was important not the actual monetary payoff. That however wasn't the whole story so cities who got glory or bathed in the reflected glory of their athletes paid those. Those athletes pretty handsomely. And so we see stories about people winning gold medals at the at the early Olympics having lifetime supplies of food that you could eat anywhere in the city for free forever. Or receiving large payments that are in the vicinity of hundreds of thousands of dollars even back in the days. Well, and do we know anything about any kind of sponsorship was a certain runner sponsored by Spiro says olive oil dispensary and so on. So that's a good question. So I don't think I know of any of that in my my understanding of ancient commies is that you just didn't have private firms with the sort of sponsorship money to pay a million dollars to put your name on.

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Economic impact. All right. So why does an industry it's only as big as the cardboard box industry matter so much. Here's one explanation athletic competition has been around a long time. So we've seen professionalized athletes in the world for at least twenty five hundred years now. So I don't know about the gladiators with certainly the Olympic Games. Which of course, we know the Olympics are all about amateur athletes. We know the amateur athletes in the ancient Olympics have been paid for the last twenty seven hundred years. So the there would be large rewards the official reward from the Olympic Games themselves was just the crown of olive branches symbolizing that it's the competition that was important not the actual monetary payoff. That however wasn't the whole story so cities who got glory or bathe in the reflected glory of their athletes, pay those athletes, pretty handsomely. And so we see stories about people winning gold medals at the at the early Olympics having lifetime supplies of food that you could eat anywhere in the city for free forever. Or receiving large payments that are in the vicinity of hundreds of thousands of dollars even back in the previous CDs. Well, and do we know anything about any kind of sponsorship was a certain runner sponsored by Spiro olive oil dispensary and so on. So that's a good question. So I don't think I know of any of that in my my understanding of ancient economies is that you just didn't have private firms with the sort of sponsorship money to pay a million dollars to put your name on the jersey..

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Its economic impact. All right. So why does an industry it's only as big as the cardboard box industry matter so much. Here's one explanation athletic competition has been around a long time. So we've seen professionalized athletes in the world for at least twenty five hundred years now. So I don't know about the gladiators would certainly the Olympic Games. Which of course, we know the Olympics are all about amateur athletes. We know the amateur athletes in the ancient Olympics have been paid for the last twenty seven hundred years. So the there would be larger rewards the official reward from the Olympic Games themselves was just the crown of olive branches symbolizing that it's the competition that was important not the actual monetary payoff. That however wasn't the whole story so cities who got glory or bathe in the reflected glory of their athletes. Pay those athletes pretty handsomely. And so we see stories about people winning gold medals at the at the early Olympics having lifetime supplies of food that you could eat anywhere in the city for free forever. Or receiving large payments that are in the vicinity of hundreds of thousands of dollars even back in the Priebke CDs. Wow. And do we know anything about any kind of sponsorship was certain runner sponsored by Spiro says olive oil dispensary and so on. So that's a good question. So I don't think I know of any of that in my my understanding of ancient economies is that you just didn't have private firms with the sort of sponsorship money to pay a million dollars to put your name on the jersey..

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Right. So why does an industry it's only as big as the cardboard box industry matter so much. Here's one explanation athletic competition has been around a long time. So we've seen professionalized athletes in the world for you know, at least twenty five hundred years now. So I don't know about the gladiators would certainly the Olympic Games. Which of course, we know the Olympics are all about amateur athletes. We know the amateur athletes in the ancient Olympics have been paid for the last twenty seven hundred years. So the there would be larger awards the official reward from the Olympic Games themselves was just the crown of olive branches symbolizing that it's the competition that was important not the actual monetary payoff. That however wasn't the whole story. So a cities who got glory or bathed in the reflected glory of their athletes paid those? Those athletes pretty handsomely. And so we see stories about people winning gold medals at the at the early Olympics having lifetime supplies of food that you could eat anywhere in the city for free forever. Or receiving large payments that are in the vicinity of hundreds of thousands of dollars even back in the days. Wow. And do we know anything about any kind of sponsorship was a certain runner sponsored by you know, Spiro says olive oil dispensary and so on. So that's a good question. So I don't think I know of any of that in my my understanding of ancient economies is that you just didn't have private firms with the sort of sponsorship money to pay a million dollars to put your name on the jersey. But let's be clear long before there was professional sport. There was sport. I think the earliest sports were individual. So that..

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Right. So why does an industry it's only as big as the cardboard box industry matter so much. Here's one explanation athletic competition has been around a long time. So we've seen professionalized athletes in the world for at least twenty five hundred years now. So I don't know about the gladiators would certainly the Olympic Games. Which of course, we know the Olympics are all about amateur athletes. We know the amateur athletes in the ancient Olympics have been paid for the last twenty seven hundred years. So the there would be large rewards the official reward from the Olympic Games themselves was just the crown of all of ranches symbolizing that it's the competition that was important not the actual monetary payoff. That however wasn't the whole story. So a cities who got glory or bathed in the reflected glory of their athletes paid those? Athletes pretty handsomely. And so we see stories about people winning gold medals at the at the early Olympics having lifetime supplies of food that you could eat anywhere in the city for free forever. Or receiving large payments that are in the vicinity of hundreds of thousands of dollars even back in the days. Well, and do we know anything about any kind of sponsorship was a certain runner sponsored by Spiro says olive oil dispensary and so on. So that's a good question. So I don't think I know of any of that in my my understanding of ancient economies is that you just didn't have private firms with the sort of sponsorship money to pay a million dollars to put your name on the jersey. But let's be clear long before there was professional sport. There was sport. I think the earliest sports were individual. So that..

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

"About the earliest mathematicians but we know that about three thousand years ago people started doing mathematics just for mathematics sick so not to figure out who had to pay more taxes but just because it was interesting to do math and one of the earliest mathematicians in that category is someone named patheticness lived in about five hundred bc so that's twenty seven hundred years ago that's a long time ago but that's kind of the western version chinese mathematicians they came at about the same time as the western mathematicians the name modique is associated with much of early chinese mathematics and close to the same time as factories so let's say fagor is was mathematician of the let's call them the first mathematician in the west and we could say that modise was the first mathematician and the east very little is known about mo di he wrote a long treatise some mathematics treat us is basically along paper that goes into great detail about something he was instrumental in actually having something of a notion of therrien theorem but not not quite the same i dental things that packers had done we know a lot more about but had followers who claimed an almost spiritual connection to numbers but he's best known now for something called the pythagorean theorem it's something you'll someday learn about in geometry or another high school level math class.

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And we had a great guy over there i mean are you you heard about billion the coffee make then the coffee made he wanted coffee mate kramer so we're over on here so and the wives are going and my wife and teen is going down there that christmas ain't pictures and everything and me me and the other lesson bellies walk around we've found this store really here so we went up in there you know and i'm looking for coffee make creamer we found this thing coffee make creamer yeah and it said like twenty seven hundred on it and he picked it up and i'm like billy what's twenty seven hundred what he says i don't know says you get anything i thought i figure out what the twenty seven hundred years i think he ended up pay like atlanta box really he said are you know twenty seven hundred now let me come out of and there was a kentucky fried chicken so let's get some piece of chicken or scibilia i've seen lizards i've seen that little bit and saying that call the dog over there late chino chicken i ain't going into the billy don't wait till we get back shift yourself but we had such a good time with him i just called it how are you glad to hear you're back man i get you i'm not up at night that much anymore.

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The foreign visit both is to visit are a grave until 1994 and then only on a private visit so this will be the first official visit with the information that he's going and uh it will be israel the west bank as it gets in jordan obelix itenerary so i think this is a very important you know her met the queen visit one hundred twenty nine different countries but never uh she or any other member the family uh w visited israel's so this will be uh a big breakthrough uh in terms of the coin this is a very interesting calling because it says on it the front the governor of truce will and it it was probably feel attached to something and the the importance is that the uh the good bible twice mentions the governor of the city of jerusalem months in regarding two two josh ruined one during the tons of the king edge of science and the the seals uh uh one of the few that were up seven seals that were found at this site which date back perhaps up to twenty seven hundred years ago uh at these dockets uh uh one of them below book perhaps belonged to a woman was the seal of a woman and one of them was the seal belonging to the governor of the city satis malcolm there's also talk about some ruins on a hill and i'm i'm not talking about the united states capital it's not a rooms yet but the media hadn't it that correct error was going on it yeah i actually a place where they found one of the oldest coins as a as silver greek drachma coin from the fourth century b c would actually very clear depictions that was found in a place called 'ein hunjo which is near jerusalem in the judaean hills and they found their eh a uh a whole array of uh and take antiquities in two cities as well as what was believed to be a byzantine church from the sixth century but the other things that go back perhaps 2500 years or more and they uh they they have the initiator the nature park on the.

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"And uh that's all him ever gonna read i will not read this book i it i will probably burn it okay so it just throw to meet any time because i did result thing and my life is shorter as result that's all i can say that it and i don't know how to read so i i haven't so it um did it the book is basically a journey of discovery for the protagonist whose name i refused to know uh he's informed about it translated mayan prophecy your manuscript for about twenty seven hundred years ago right and then through a series of seemingly random in coincidental events he ends up in peru trying to get to the bottom of the nine insights right the mayans the mayans who prophesized the world's demise in 2012 right right yet somehow failed to prophesy their own rates go on us tricky so it you know i it redfield selfpublicist book the author selfpublished this book oh became one of the most successful self published books in history oh wow and in the wake of that uh warner warner books a publishing house picked it up and it spent three years on the new york times bestseller list it was the number one best selling international like international best seller in 1990 six it's old it sold over twenty million copies good for him but he birdied hell yeah pat for him after us and it was also made it to a movie which i will never see it was it was and it we it was released in two thousand six and that is affected no until yesterday so whereas movie didn't make much of a splash was anybody in it nobody ochre nobody no with one it was thinking i committed a wall i'm not sure hold on i have to i have to alert ally bosnich.

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"I'm john bachelor i am in doha the sun is up over the persian gulf doha is the capital of kochhar peninsula in the arabian peninsula if there is treasure it's all around me the tracks of caravans of cross this peninsula and the dow's of cross that persian gulf four millennium and they bear treasures we know them very well because once upon a time there were stories about three wise men and treasures but their treasures all around me to be discovered by indiana's in the future we're lucky enough john in doha on thaddeus in detroit thaddeus mccotter wjr to have with this indiana hoenlein who looking for treasure is somewhat north west of may in the old city of jerusalem david city this is an excavation that's been going on for many years it's a time machine it takes us back centuries millennia and we discover what we no to be true is that this is the traditional ceremonial and celebrated home of the jews the hebrews once upon a time despite the 21st century bad actors who cast doubt on it and there's been yet another discovery what you'd have to say is a bullet point four history indiana what have you discovered this is very exciting and has the mayor of jerusalem said when he was informed come over to see it that it's overwhelming to receive greetings from the first temple period this shows that already twenty seven hundred years ago truce lim the capital of israel was a strong in central city and what this is is a clay stamping probably used as a seal uh maybe on an envelope or some document uh that the uh governor of jerusalem and and it says in hebrew on the uh the inscription actually denotes loose sire hike year belonging to the governor of the city it's hebrew words and this is comes from isn't is known these this text is textual references known in the bible in an extra book documents governors are jerusalem mentioned twice in the by a bible in kings to of chronicles to and uh this this cecile shows two people with the kneelength garments and uh the they they are standing facing each other almost mirror like and their heads are big docks in the hands facing outwards are dropped down in the hands facing in words are raised and there is as the hebrew words are spelled contiguous continuously there's no breaks uh between them but.

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on WTMA

"I'm john bachelor i am in doha the sun is up over the persian gulf doha is the capital of qatar peninsula in the arabian peninsula if there is treasure it's all around me the tracks of caravans of cross this peninsula and the dow's of cross that persian gulf four millennium and they bear treasures we know them very well because once upon a time there were stories about three wise men and treasures but their treasures all around me to be discovered by indiana's of the future we're lucky enough john in doha on thaddeus in detroit thaddeus mccotter wjr to have with this indiana hoenlein who's looking for treasure somewhat north west of me in the old city of jerusalem david city this is an excavation that's been going on for many years it's a time machine it takes us back centuries millennia and we discover what we know no to be true is that this is the traditional ceremonial and celebrated home of the jews hebrews once upon a time despite the 21st century bad actors who cast doubt on it and there's been yet another discovery what you'd have to say is a bullet point four history indiana what have you discovered the two very exciting and has the mayor of jerusalem said when he was informed come over to see it that it's overwhelming to receive greetings from the first temple period this shows that already twenty seven hundred years ago truce slim the capital of israel was a strong in central city and what this is is a klay stamping probably used as a seal uh maybe on an envelope or some document uh that the uh governor of jerusalem and and it says in hebrew on the uh the inscription actually denotes with sire high gear belonging to the governor of the city it's hebrew words and this is comes from isn't is no these this text is textual references known in the bible in an extra book all documents governors are jerusalem mentioned twice in by a bible in kings to and chronicles to and uh this this cecile shows two people with the knee length garments and uh the the they are standing facing each other almost mirror like and their heads are big docks in the hands facing outwards are dropped down and they hands facing in words are raised and there is as the hebrew words are spelled contiguous continuously there's no breaks uh between them but the.

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on KGO 810

"Bible named it would have appeared in the bible and what's ironic it out this is not only does it a firm the jewish connection to jerusalem going back thousands of years but what's ironically that india's resolution being pushed forward i unesco oftentimes it european countries countries that have the route and christianity that are going along in support of each are solutions are not only denied a jewish connected to jerusalem but also by extension tonight the christian ties to jerusalem it's almost as if they're going along with a national identity suicide which is sort of ironic live i want to go back to something that you were just describing though so you talked about these seals now i thought you know i learned from the movies and television thought that we sealed things with wax how could wax seals survive twenty seven hundred years walter well thank linda wax it klay and it's ironic because jerusalem was actually destroyed the bible tells us knittle recently also affirmed archaeologically speaking it was burned by the babylonian two and a half thousand years ago and now had to feel command of wax uh when the fires were raging the wax would have noted in that would have in the end of the story so to speak the beautiful thing about clay is that entire it actually harden's and that doesn't mean that you're guaranteed to sign that maybe you're talking about little things decided your fingernail that over a couple of thousand years are bound to tear but here you have do you call it good luck good fortune providence klay feels that were heard into flames that destroyed jerusalem some two and a half thousand years ago and we have them to fill today being uncovered in the city of david ancient jerusalem it's an extra loan from the past so to speak saying we were here and we're still here that's it it's it's fascinating to me so so exuberance the is joining me on the phone right now he's the director of international affairs for the city of david foundation in jerusalem and they do a lot of archeological work and that's what we're talking about or some of the recent find so.

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on KGO 810

"That you were just describing though so you talked about these seals now i thought you know i learned from the movies and television thought that we sealed things with wax how could wax seals survive twenty seven hundred years wall thankfully that wax it klay and it's ironic because jerusalem would actually destroyed the bible tells us knittle recently also affirmed archaeologically speaking it was burned by the babylonian them two and a half thousand years ago now had to field a man of wax uh when the fires were raging the wax would have knelt it in that would have in the end of the story so to speak the beautiful thing it out clay is that in fire it actually harden's and that doesn't mean that you're guaranteed to sign that maybe you're talking about little things decided your finger fingernail that over a couple of thousand years are bound to disappear but here you have what do you call it good luck good fortune provident klay feels that were herded into the flames that destroyed jerusalem some two and a half thousand years ago and we have them still today being uncovered in the city of david in ancient jerusalem it's in a loan from the past so to speak saying we were here and we're still here that's it it's it's fascinating to me so so severance the is joining me on the phone right now he's the director of international fares for the city of david foundation in jerusalem and they do a lot of archeological work and that's what we're talking about or some of the recent find so you know when when this type of evidence is presented to groups like unesco what are you hearing back i mean you have a lot of you know politicians and celebrities and journalists in all kinds of people that come through where you are to see this off that you guys are finding zev what is this what is the response to when they're passing resolutions odd jews are connected to this place i mean what what what is happening what's this disconnect have you heard i can tell you i've over the last few months had the opportunity to share in jerusalem the city of david in these discoveries with united nations ambassadors with ambassadors of unesco and time and again it's very clear to me that.

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"To safeguard at twenty seven hundred year old grove of giant sequoia and a pair of historic cabins inside it ira spokeswoman and grandi said sunday that the nine square mile wildfire his charred the ground in knelt or grove but more than the one hundred giant sequoia there thankfully remain untouched news and analysis at town hall dot com i'm rhonda roster we we put men on the move some people say well what good do i dunno i remember the day very clearly when he stepped off a ladder in uttar those words i remember very clearly and i and i felt very proud feed anybody on the point no did it make anybody's life better or in a way it did because it showed we can do it the john mccoll a show weekday evenings at six on a patriot by now you figured out a fact of american life the mainstream media hates president trump flare other presidents have been given a past president trump is held to a different standard they don't see the want a report anything foot he does instead they appear to want to tarnish anything good and painted with a negative brunch sometimes they are unable to disguise their disgust for all he stands for making america great again maybe they really don't get it or don't want that's why you have lost fm one a one point five and am fourteen of the patriot now america's number one one pop culture and politics this is tom michael medved show and another great day in this greatest nation on god's grain earth a great day for america life getting back to normal in houston certainly backed an normal the white house but not a great day for hollywood why not because there's no big movie released today that's kind of normal usually at the end of the summer they sort of don't try to counter program to everybody's labor day weekend by letting out any kind of big blockbuster but it's truly striking this has been a summer of horrors for the movie industry i mean really really really the movie box office is down fifteen percent from last year how would it be for your business of your business collapsed that way why is that going on is that have something to do with the quality of the movies yeah of course it does but it also has to do with.

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on WRVA

"Of the tunnel and that was never settled came up to twenty seven hundred years ago we're not to go in this is phil pies today question is how we're going to know where that type of change wherever the change and and uh ed were allowed to go where the god of jedwab this to come about well i want to get back to the connection between the arc in in prophecy you as you mentioned that uh when the arc was situated in the holy of holies inside the the first temple solomon's temple there was something like a million profits at the time we're and then when the ark was hidden in the secondary chamber underneath the holy of holies suddenly the prophecies ended in it and the than the process of the number of prophets dwindled so how does that work exactly how what is the connection how how does the the ark work as a channel between profits and and and prophecy worthy or or the divinity right well god to both of their or a couple places a good car the old testament to uh go to the tabernacle opening of the tabernacle and i will talk to you i will give you the word of god dave structure is your lights uh you know what they're supposed to do it the.

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"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven hundred years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It was lowered down i be close to where the dover the rockies today about foreign level down they prove it you know very different wave how would actually got there and it it's fake beard during the second triple period it wasn't it it was after the ruble hung have hung factually mp who is deputy interior the ark was actually the off compatible they say below in other words they were grabbed third give or take it he did take your dreams alert of item that iran that he did take the dark of readiness to their website seventy later where the jewish people came back to add to rebuild the temple with too heavy a effects are so at that point uh salaries doesn't list arc as as being one of the items that will give it back with you ever with the dollar with the library upset drought eventually got though you you know good harvard because of very very perry but one of the most common weather gop out there they've got a solid fed to a of gift over were uh the cleaning of sri blatter went back to acts of now i do believe a part of the research that i could do that there is up to get action there were wrapped look of actually each one of the vessels of the capital had a replica uh a decoy indeed quite priority is there but it's a replica accepted we figure doesn't have bestowed tablet through five but gave a replica there and there are some other that have gone from other theories about the vice kepler uh about the crusaders the were on the type of out too well during the middle ages at what happened over there and how things got to wear the geared but the catch itself has been in the same place over twenty seven hundred years directly i won't directly bibi the dove of iraq and little further towards the western wall actually ought to the south all doug sippy even twenty meters below the surface and in why is it then that when it was moves dared to protect it from the.

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