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Blowing the Shofar on the Battlements in Ancient Israel Archeology

Blowing the Shofar on the Battlements in Ancient Israel Archeology

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Blowing the Shofar in Ancient Israel - Archaeology Illustrated

Dan, Biblical Israel's Northern Frontier. The City Gate Complex, 9th century BC

Nineveh with the River Tigris, 8th century BC

The Great Temple and the Cardo (Main Avenue), 2nd century AD

Roman Legionary Camp

Beth Shean City Center and the Jordan Valley, Israel, Regional Capital in the Late Roman Period

Assur, the Religious Capital of Assyria and the River Tigris, 7th century BC

Dan, Northern Israel, The Cult Place of the Northern Kingdom

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Nineveh, Palace of King Sennacherib, (SW Palace) 7th century BC

Babylon, the Tower of Babel, the Temple of Marduk and the Euphrates River, 6th century BC

Laodicea, City center. 2nd century AD Looking towards Hieropolis/Pamukkale

Babylon, Ishtar Gate and Processional Avenue, Aerial, 6th century BC

The Notice Board at the Shrine of the Eponymous Heroes, 5th century BC onwards

Beth Shean and the Valley of the Jordan River, 1200 BC

Jerusalem, Solomon's Temple, 10-6th century BC

Assurbanipal King of Assyria and His Queen in the Palace Garden, 7th century BC, Based on a Stone Relief Depiction

Babylon, The Ishtar Gate and Processional Avenue, 6th century BC

Hearing the Sound of the Shofar. Related

Jerusalem, Water Gate on the Ophel. Looking North. 9-6th Centuries BC

Beersheva, The Initial Israelite Settlement, Around 1100BC

Byblos Harbor, Phoenicia, Cedar Timber Hauled to Shore

Not surprisingly, the oldest active shul in the city is in the Jewish Quarter.

The Herodium in the Judean Desert, 1st century BC

Megiddo under King Ahab, 9th century BC

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Babylon, 6th Century BC

Ephesus, The Harbor Baths and Inner Harbor, 2nd century AD

A Street in Babylon, 6th century BC

Dan, Northern Israel, Trial at the City Gate

Jericho, Herod's Winter Palace, 1st century BC. Looking East

Biblical Musicians Singing Psalms about God

The Great Temple and its Vicinity, 2nd century AD

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Caesarea and Inner Harbor, Looking South

For generations, the Kotel has been the spiritual center of the Jewish nation (painting

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The Temple Mount compound in Jerusalem's Old ...

Babylon, Jewish Exiles Gathered at Nebuchadnezzar's Throne Room, 586 BC

Jerusalem , Arauna's Threshing Floor on the Temple Mount Which King David Would Purchase to Build an Altar to God. Late site of the Altar of the Temple of ...

the two silver trumpets

Babylon, Gateway to the “Etemenanki”, the Ziggurat Courtyard, 6th century BC

Nimrud, a Capital of Assyria, The Throne Room, 8th century BC

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The street was covered with massive stones pushed down by the Romans; only part of the street has been cleared by the excavators.

Jewish Pilgrims in Jerusalem - Archaeology Illustrated

How Jews and Christians see differently

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Babylon, Nebuchadnezzar's Throne Room, 6th century BC

Ekron, Philistine City in Israel, The Central Temple, 7th century BC

Israelite “Four Room House” Courtyard in the Biblical Period. Multi Generational Scene

Jerusalem of King Solomon, Looking North, 10th century BC

Paul the Apostle in a House Church

Ekron, Philistine City in Israel. Olive oil presses, 7th century BC

Bethsaida, the Jordan River and the Sea of Galilee, Northern Israel, 8th century BC

Israelite “Four Room House”, Courtyard Scene, Biblical Period

Jerusalem Seen from Har ha Tzofim, looking South, 1st century AD

The Prophet Samuel Anoints David to Be King of Israel in Bethlehem

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Jerusalem, City of David, King David's Palace and Gihon Spring Fortifications, 10th century BC

Babylon, the Throne Room Building of Nebuchadnezzar's Palace Complex, 6th century BC

Ruins Of Ancient Jericho, Israel Stock Photo - Image of jericho, historical: 9670752

A model of the Temple. Photo: Shutterstock.com

Ancient Greek Hoplites, 5th century BC

A file picture taken on June 19, 2010 shows the Arch of Triumph among the

Qumran Cave 11, 1st century BC

Mycenae, Cult Room with Wall Painting in Lower Citadel, 1250 BC

Antioch on the Orontes River in the 1st-2nd century AD, Looking South-West

Atrium in Roman Aristocratic Home

The Main Street by the Western Wall. 1st century AD

Nile, Side Canal

The Port of Sidon, Phoenicia, in the Iron Age

Ezra and Nehemiah Reading the Scroll of the Law to the Israelites Assembled in the Temple Court in Jerusalem, 455 BC

“He Has Risen” Mary, Mary Magdalen and Martha Witness the Resurrection of Jesus

A Jerusalem Potter Making Water Jugs in the 1st century AD

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The Ark of the Covenant and the Israelites Crossing the Jordan River

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The Oasis of Damascus in the Iron Age

Sennacherib, King of Assyria Taking Exercise in Nineveh Gardens. 8th century BC

Judges 13 - Samson

The Plow man

Crete, Knossos Palace Bridge, around 1450 BC

Thermal baths on Masada, Israel. Ancient fortification on top of a plateau overlooking the Dead Sea

Entering the Propylaea, 430 BC

Shofar. Ram's horns with silver and gold mouthpieces. The silver one to be sounded on the Day of Atonement. The one with the gold mouthpiece to be sounded ...

Rebecca Arriving at Isaac's Encampment at Beersheva

Tiryns, Southern Greece, The Megaron in the Mycenaean Palace, 1250 BC

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Nehemiah Directing the Rebuilding of Jerusalem's Walls after Returning from the Babylonian Exile, 440 BC

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