View from Cypros
After Jerusalem, Jericho is the most excavated site in Israel. Charles Warren in 1868 sank several shafts but concluded that nothing was to be found (he missed the Neolithic tower by a meter!). Germans Sellin and Watzinger excavated 1907-13, Garstang 1930-36 and Kenyon 1952-58. An Italian-Palestinian team excavated for several years beginning in 1997.
MB Revetment Wall
Collapsed MB Wall
Storejars of Grain
“Jesus entered Jericho and was passing through it. Now a man named Zacchaeus was there; he was a chief tax collector and was rich. He was trying to get a look at Jesus, but being a short man he could not see over the crowd. So he ran on ahead and climbed up into a sycamore tree to see him, because Jesus was going to pass that way” (Luke 19:1-4,NET Bible).
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Jericho (Walking in Their Sandals) Gives easy-to-read information on the location, biblical significance, etc. Features links to photographs and on-line scripture references.
Jericho (Christian Answers) A brief article discussing the veracity of the story of Jericho.
Historical Sites in and around Jericho (Jericho Municipality) Describes many sites in the region, including, in some cases, details helpful for visiting in person.
History of Jericho (Jericho Municipality) The history of Jericho told from an Arab perspective. Extensive but reflects its anti-Israel bias, including in the section entitled, “The Israelite Invasion.”
Jericho, city, West Bank. (The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001.) A brief summary of historical, archaeological, and political facts.
Jericho (Christian Travel Study Program) Limited text assumes factuality of at least two debatable points.
Jericho (Into His Own) A brief, encyclopedia-type article with multiple links to related words and topics for further study.
The walls of Jericho: Archaeology confirms they really did come a-tumblin’ down (Answers in Genesis Ministries) This article by Bryant Wood presents a alternate interpretation of the archaeological findings at Jericho. Illustrations serve to clarify his position.
Jericho by Don Jaques (Biblical Chronologist) An article by Wood responding to Bienkowski.
Jericho Archaeological Debate (NetTours) A summary of Wood’s main points with objections, by Dr. Stephen Langfur.
Jericho (Mysteries of the Bible) A series of lectures by Michael Sanders. (Note: Jericho is covered in parts 8-12 & 14.)
The Saga Of Ancient Jericho (ChristianCourier.com) “A study of Joshua’s great victory over the ancient city of Jericho” (their page description).
Old Testament Jericho (Personal Page, by Marshall Walter) Studies the various biblical events that take place in connection with Jericho.
Archaeology in Israel – Jericho (The Jewish Magazine) A re-telling of the history of the site with a personal flavor. Describes many sites in Jericho, not limited to the tel.
Professor John Garstang (Palestine Exploration Fund) A biographical sketch of the archaeologist who excavated Jericho in the 1930s.
Dame Kathleen Mary Kenyon (Palestine Exploration Fund) A biographical sketch of the archaeologist whose fame began with her work at Jericho.