200-300 AD: Talmudic Evidence


Jewish Communities in the Holy LandTalmudic sources describe the continued presence of Jews on the Temple Mount during this period. Rabbi Natan entered the Temple and found only one wall remaining and Rabbi Bibi instructed others on how to behave when visiting the Temple Mount. Jewish communities flourished in the Galilee and south of Jerusalem, as well as in the main cities.

  1. Third Century C.E. Jews Visit Temple Mount
  2. 225 C.E. Jews Visit Temple Mount
  3. 300 C.E. – 339 C.E. Eusebius of Caesarea
  4. 300 C.E. Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
  5. Fourth Century C.E. The Temple Mount Visitors
  6. Fourth Century C.E. Jewish Communities in the Holy Land

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