Kidron Valley Tombs are a set of monumental tombs carved in the limestone rocks against the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
Though they bear no inscription with a date, they were probably created in the 1st century by wealthy families of Jewish priests.
In the 1960’s a British archaeologists suggested they contained treasrues mentioned in the “Copper Scroll” and excavated their vicinity.
|Tomb of Absalom and Tomb of Benei Hezir on Wikipedia|
|Tomb of Absalom on Tripadvisor|
|Tomb of Absalom on Google +|
|Tomb of Absalom and Zecharia’s tomb on Google Maps|
|The Kidron Valley Tombs Website|
Points of Interest in the Area
|Garden of Gethsemane|
|City of David|
A 360 Degrees image of the courtyard in front “Yad Avshalom” Monument
A 360 Degrees image of the of the front of “Beni Hezir” Tomb and “Zehariah’s Tomb”