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Solomon's Temple: Quiz

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Question 1: The Temple was plundered by the ________ king Nebuchadnezzar, during the brief reign of Jehoiachin c.
AssyriaAkkadian EmpireSumerBabylonia

Question 2: The Bible records their measurements as 27 feet (8.2 m) high and 6 feet (1.8 m) wide (18 by 12 ________) with a hollow of 4 fingers thick.
YardCubitFathomAnthropic units

Question 3: The Shekinah (dwelling place) of Yahweh, the God of Israel, was originally the portable shrine called the ________, which was placed in the Tabernacle tent.
Solomon's TempleRaiders of the Lost ArkArk of the CovenantIndiana Jones (franchise)

Question 4: Due to the extreme political sensitivity of the site, few archaeological excavations have been conducted on the ________ itself.
Western WallTemple MountAl-Aqsa MosqueJerusalem

Question 5: The exact location of Solomon's Temple is unknown: it is believed to have been situated upon the hill which forms the site of the 1st century Herod's Temple and present-day Temple Mount, where the ________ is situated.
Dome of the ChainDome of the RockJerusalemAl-Aqsa Mosque

Question 6: It housed the ________ and functioned as a religious focal point in ancient Judaism for the worship of Yahweh.
Solomon's TempleArk of the CovenantTabernacleRaiders of the Lost Ark

Question 7: [2] The Second Temple was subsequently built and destroyed on the same site and ________ includes the belief that a Third Temple will also be built there.
Jewish philosophyKabbalahJewish eschatologyNevi'im

Question 8: 4:22); also a veil of tekhelet (blue), purple, and ________ and fine linen (2 Chr.
RedCerise (color)CrimsonScarlet (color)

Question 9: The lavers, each of which held "forty baths" (1 Kings 7:38), rested on portable holders made of bronze, provided with wheels, and ornamented with figures of ________, cherubim, and palm-trees.
Spotted HyenaCheetahLionTiger

Question 10: The only source of information on Solomon's Temple is contained in the ________/Old Testament.
Biblical canonHebrew BibleDeuterocanonical booksTanakh







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