Aren Maier reports that he may have been the last archaeologist to see the excavations of Eshtaol.
But you can see a video of the site before it was buried.
Some are unhappy that the Palestinian Authority is excavating a Hasmonean fortress between Bethlehem and the Herodium.
Barry Britnell saw the Jerusalem movie and he declares it to be “fantastic.” You can see if it is in a theater near you here.
The Kathleen Kenyon collection is now on display at the Ian Potter Museum in Melbourne.
This travel piece may inspire you to do more on your next trip to Israel than ride on a bus.
If you expect to be touring Israel in late May, you should plan now to avoid the pope.
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HT: Charles Savelle, Joseph Lauer
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I thought that the Jerusalem movie was more realistic than the city itself!