Robinson’s Arch Remains
The Robinson’s Arch Remains stock image depicts the ancient archaeological remains of Robinson’s Arch, an important structure that supported a monumental staircase that led to the Second Temple in Jerusalem. The arch was built during the reign of Herod the Great in the 1st century BCE, and named after the American biblical scholar Edward Robinson, who discovered it in the mid-19th century.
In the image, we see the well-preserved stone structure that once formed the base of the arch, as well as several adjacent pillars and columns. The ancient stonework is of a beige color, and the texture of the stones reveals the meticulous craftsmanship of the ancient builders.
The arch itself is no longer standing, but its remains are a testament to the grandeur and majesty of the Second Temple and the thriving city of Jerusalem that once surrounded it. This image is a fascinating glimpse into the rich history and culture of ancient Israel, and an important reminder of the enduring legacy of the Jewish people.