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This compendium has been gleaned from the volume entitled The Jerusalem Temple Mount Myth, and consists of more than 375 ancient descriptions, with references, of the City of David/Jerusalem, the temple mount, and the tower of Antonia (today's alleged temple mount). Each source is accompanied by an expansion or explanation, frequently explaining how the information is incompatible with today's identification of the former Roman camp as the "temple mount." The sources include Josephus, the Bible (Masoretic and Septuagint versions), the Letter of Aristeas, Tacitus, Eutychius, Eusebius, Jerome, the Venerable Bede, Pliny the Elder, Eupolemus, the Talmud, Haggada, The Book of Enoch, The Book of Jubilees, Ephrem the Syrian, Cyril of Jerusalem, Philo, Burchard of Sion, the Bordeaux Pilgrim, the Piacenza Pilgrim, Arculf, Cassius Dio, Jossipon ben Gorion, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Qumran Copper Scroll, Strabo, the Breviary of Jerusalem, Eucherius, Theodosius, the Book of Jasher, Aquila, Hecateus of Abdera, Maccabees, Barnabas, Baruch, Justin Martyr, Fourth Book of Ezra, Gregory of Nyssa, Maimonides, the Chronicon Paschale, Sahl b. Masliah, John Chrysostom, Philostorgius, Theodoret, Sozomen, Arnold von Harff, the Geniza documents, Yahya ibn Jarir al-Takriti, Rabbi Kimchi, Nasir-i-Khusrau, Rabbi Obadiah da Bertinoro, Burhan al-Fazari, Ibn Taymiyya, Isaac ben Joseph, the Muthir al-Ghiram, Fulcher of Chartres, Saewulf, John of Wurzberg, Benjamin of Tudela, and Rabbi Petachia of Ratisbon.