Kishle Excavations and the Trial of Jesus
The Kishle was the Turkish name for the police station set by the Ottomans in the old city of Jerusalem. It was built in 1834 and used by the Ottomans and the British.
In 2001, excavations under the prison uncovered remains from various earlier periods, including significant remains of Herod’s palace and the foundation of a wall built in the 8th Century BCE by King Hezekiah to protect the city from an Assyrian Assault.
See Danny “the Digger” Digger presenting the site and its connection to the trial of Jesus on “The Watchman” show –