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Excavations by David Amit in the area where the Museum of Tolerance is being built in West Jerusalem have revealed that the Mamilla Pool ..read more
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BiblePlaces Blog by Todd Bolen - 2d ago
Amazon is shutting down its Kindle MatchBook program at the end of the month. MatchBook is a little-known arrangement whereby purchase of ..read more
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BiblePlaces Blog by Todd Bolen - 4d ago
“The rare ancient tomb of a wealthy Minoan woman has been discovered at a monumental archaeological complex on the Greek island of Crete ..read more
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There is an Israeli police station today just inside Jaffa Gate to the right. The Israelis took it over from the Jordanians who used it for ..read more
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BiblePlaces Blog by Todd Bolen - 1w ago
Archaeologists have uncovered the largest Early Bronze city in Israel. The site of En Esur is 160 acres in size and is located 7 miles (11 ..read more
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BiblePlaces Blog by Todd Bolen - 1w ago
Tourism: National Geographic has a beautifully illustrated article on the history of Jerash (ancient Gerasa). Saudi Arabia is now giving ..read more
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BiblePlaces Blog by Todd Bolen - 1w ago
Discoveries: Tablets excavated at Gezer and the nearby Tel Hadid indicate that Israelites were not living in the area following the ..read more
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I mentioned in my introduction to this book that Ancient Jerusalem Revealed really provides a “who’s who” in modern Jerusalem ..read more
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From 1997 to 1999, Yuval Baruch and Ronny Reich excavated along the southern wall of the Temple Mount. More specifically, they unearthed ..read more
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Ronny Reich and Eli Shukron excavated what I consider to be one of the most interesting discoveries of recent years related to the New ..read more

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