All the tombs named on the locator drawing are part of the same complex of burial caves, hewn from the bedrock in the the eighth and seventh centuries B.C., when the First Temple stood about a half mile to the south, on the Temple Mount. (1) École Biblique; (2) St. Étienne Church; (3) entrance to St. Étienne Cave Complex 2; (4) entrance to St. Étienne Cave Complex 1; (5)entrance to Garden Tomb; (6) Garden Tomb compound; (7) Moslem cemetery; (8) Skull Rock (Golgotha); (9) old East Jerusalem bus terminal; (10) new east Jerusalem bus terminal; (11) Nablus Road (the road to Damascus); (12) White Sisters Convent burial cave; (13) Conder’s Cave.