Tag: Biblical Jerusalem

The City of David is believed to be Biblical Jerusalem, and is the modern city’s oldest settled neighborhood. Located south of the famous Temple Mount, excavations have revealed it to be a Bronze Age walled city. According to traditional Jerusalem history and narratives in the Hebrew Bible, it is the place where King David established his capital and built his palace.

Excavating the City of David

03/21 | Ronny Reich’s book on excavating the City of David, reviewed here by Jane Cahill West, reveals Jerusalem history through the eyes of one of it’s most noted archaeologists.   Read more…

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City of David

03/21 | Ahron Horovitz’s book on the City of David, reviewed here by Jane Cahill West, covers Jerusalem history with lavish illustrations and summaries of archaeological debates about ancient Jerusalem history.   Read more…

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Ashkelon I

01/09 | Aren M. Maeir reviews “Ashkelon I: Introduction and Overview” by Lawrence Stager, J. David Schloen and Daniel M. Master.   Read more…

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