Tag: jerusalem archaeology
02/09 | Jesus’ Last Supper and the Tomb of David are traditionally associated with a building called the Cenacle in Jerusalem. Can archaeology shed light on these traditions? Read more…
01/30 | The Lutheran Church of the Redeemer in Jerusalem is a place you may have missed on your first (or even your second) visit to Jerusalem, but it’s well worth your Read more…
Posted in Biblical Archaeology Sites.
- Did I Find King David’s Palace?
- What Were the Crusades and How Did They Impact Jerusalem?
- The Cities That Built the Bible
- Jerusalem at the Gates of Heaven
- Herod’s Temple Mount Revealed in Al-Aqsa Mosque Restoration
- Tour Showcases Remains of Herod’s Jerusalem Palace—Possible Site of the Trial of Jesus
- King David’s Palace and the Millo
- A New Document Dated to Four Years After the Second Jewish Revolt
- Modi’in: Where the Maccabees Lived
- The Ophel Treasure