Imagining the Temple

Yeshiva University Museum

History Talk:

In conjunction with the exhibit

Imagining the Temple:

The Models of Leen Ritmeyer

Steven Fine on

IMAGINING THE TEMPLE
Sunday, March 30, 2008
2 pm

Ever since the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 CE, Jews and, later, Christians, have tried to picture what the Jerusalem Temple looked like. During the 20th century, this imagining often resulted in three-dimensional models of the Temple. In this talk, Steven Fine, professor of Jewish History at Yeshiva University, sets the Ritmeyer models within the contexts of Jewish and Christian conceptions of the Jerusalem Temple.

Free with Museum admission.

Prof. Steven Fine is the editor of the section: Jews and Judaism in the Greco-Roman Period in the COJS database.

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