We have posted a number of images of Valletta, the capital of Malta. It is probable that Paul set out from here, after a three month stay on Malta, for Rome (Acts 28:11).
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This area along the southern portion of the western wall of the Temple Mount (Haram esh-Sharif) wall have revealed Robinson's Arch, the street level and shops from the days of Jesus, piles of rubble from the Roman destruction of the Temple in A.D. 70, and an important Hebrew inscription.
Benjamin Mazar began the excavations in this area in the late 1960's. Ronny Reich and Yaacov Billig have continued his work in recent years.
Note the Archaeological Painting by Balage Balogh.