This Day, May 7, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

May 7 In Jewish History 833 BCE (2 Iyar 2928): Traditional date on which King Solomon began building the Temple in Jerusalem. 351: Gallus, who had been appointed “Caesar” of the East by his cousin, the Emperor Constantius II arrived in Antioch. Antioch was the capital of his domain which included Palestine. Tovább »