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This concise guide to the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre describes one of the most puzzling buildings in existence.
The focal point of the Birth of Jesus Christ is Bethlehem with its Church of the Nativity which enshrines the Birthplace of Jesus and the Manger.
History, Palaeography, Script Styles, Calligraphy & Design This book presents a variety of Hebrew handwritings found in the epigraphical evidence from various periods and sites.
Third Revised & Updated Edition Extensive research into the history of Jerusalem has flourished over the past two decades. The ongoing archaeological excavations carried out in the city and its environs have often resulted in new and amazing discoveries, giving us an even better and deeper understanding of the city’s past.
Over 1,700 entries. This volume is comprehensive. Its scope is wide and embraces Judaism in all its aspects, Jewish history, Jewish communities in all lands where they live or lived.
This revised and newly published book covers the historical geography of the Holy Land from 536 B.C. to A.D. 640. Part I deals in chronological order with the historical factors which have affected the map of the Holy Land during this period.
By definition, a guide book must be easy to carry around, and this beautifully illustrated little guide for pilgrims to the Holy Land is just that. It is principally concerned with the Gospels and the places where the events of the Redemption took place.
16 color Holy Scripture maps This concise Bible Atlas traces the events and kingdoms from the 1st millennium BCE until Paul’s journey to Rome. The geography and history of the Ancient Near East and the lands of the Scriptures is clearly presented in sixteen easily-understood maps.
Illustrated with over a hundred vistas, town maps and plans, and holy sites in words and pictures, this lavish guide to Jesus in the Holy Land follows the course of the life of Jesus.
Palestine in the Fourth Century A.D. For archaeologists specializing in the Levant, the Onomasticon of Eusebius Pamphili, Bishop of Caesarea in Palestine (c. A.D. 260–339), has long been considered to be one of the most useful works extant from antiquity.
This serious book presents a vivid view of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem through the ages, and also serves as a textbook. Comprehensive in scope, the book begins with the Temple Mount at its zenith, under King Herod the Great. Weaving together archaeological data with historical sources, Ritmeyer produces an authoritative and exhaustive reconstruction in word and picture.
This 2nd updated & expanded edition presents a collection of the royal inscriptions from Assyria and Babylonia dealing with the Land and the People of Israel.