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A view of the image of one of the seven–branched candlesticks (menorah) from the Jerusalem Temple. Note the figures on its base! This is one of the earliest representations of a menorah in existence!
Also visible is a rectangular placard on a pole. This was probably painted with an inscription naming either cities or peoples conquered.
This booty was deposited in Vespasian’s “Temple of Peace!”
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