CHRONICLES OF THE LAND ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE ISRAEL MUSEUM JERUSALEM

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Chronicles Of The Land

Author : Silvia Rozenberg
ISBN : 9652783730
Genre : History
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The new permanent exhibition of archaeology at the Israel Museum, The Samuel and Saidye Bronfman Archeology Wing, is dedicated to the many civilizations that have left their imprint on the Land. It takes visitors on a rich journey along the path of history, from Prehistoric times to the Ottoman Period. The majority of the artifacts on display come from controlled archaeological excavations, and are on extended loan from the Israel Antiquities Authority. These objects are complemented by artifacts in the Museum's holdings, gifted by generous private collectors and donors. This catalogue provides a small taste of the exhibition's rich and varied treasures.
Category: History

Face To Face

Author : Debby Hershman
ISBN : 965278429X
Genre : Art, Prehistoric
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The oldest masks in the world.
Category: Art, Prehistoric

Art History And The Historiography Of Judaism In Roman Antiquity

Author : Steven Fine
ISBN : 9789004238176
Genre : History
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Art, History, and the Historiography of Judaism in Roman Antiquity explores the complex interplay between visual culture, texts and their interpretations, arguing for an open-ended and self-aware approach to understanding Jewish culture from the first century CE through the rise of Islam.
Category: History

An Illustrated Guide To The Holy Land For Tour Groups Students And Pilgrims

Author : Lamontte M. Luker
ISBN : 9781426775130
Genre : Travel
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As the geographic heart and soul of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, the Holy Land has immense significance for the millions of visitors each year. But since the fifth century BC, enthusiastic and curious people have needed a guide as they travel to see the sites for themselves. This book is different because it not only gives the historical, archaeological descriptions wedded to the biblical text, but it is an appropriate resource for spiritual formation and cross-cultural dialog. Packed with the latest information, this book locates and introduces the reader to popular and less-familiar sites such as Bethlehem, Shepherds’ Field, Church of the Nativity, Roman Catholic Church of St. Catherine, the Herodium, Mount of Olives, Old City of Jerusalem, Wadi Kelt, Mt. Sinai, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site of Church of St. Mary of the Latins, Temple Mount, El-Aksa Mosque, Dome of the Rock, Hezekiah's Tunnel, the traditional place of the Last Supper, Siloam Pool, the traditional tomb of King David, the house of Caiphas the High Priest, Shrine of the Book, Herod's Antonio Fortress, Golgotha, Bethany, Tomb of Lazarus, Bethphage, Pater Noster Church, Gethsemane, and many others. Each entry explains the history and topography of the site as well as its function and significance as it is linked to the relevant biblical passages. This book will not only inform you but help you better understand your faith. Journey to the Holy Land with indispensable archaeological information linked to the biblical story.
Category: Travel

Jerusalem 1000 1400

Author : Barbara Drake Boehm
ISBN : 9781588395986
Genre : Art
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Medieval Jerusalem was a vibrant international center, home to multiple cultures, faiths, and languages. Harmonious and dissonant voices from many lands, including Persians, Turks, Greeks, Syrians, Armenians, Georgians, Copts, Ethiopians, Indians, and Europeans, passed in the narrow streets of a city not much larger than midtown Manhattan. Patrons, artists, pilgrims, poets, and scholars from Christian, Jewish, and Islamic traditions focused their attention on the Holy City, endowing and enriching its sacred buildings, creating luxury goods for its residents, and praising its merits. This artistic fertility was particularly in evidence between the eleventh and fourteenth centuries, notwithstanding often devastating circumstances—from the earthquake of 1033 to the fierce battles of the Crusades. So strong a magnet was Jerusalem that it drew out the creative imagination of even those separated from it by great distance, from as far north as Scandinavia to as far east as present-day China. This publication is the first to define these four centuries as a singularly creative moment in a singularly complex city. Through absorbing essays and incisive discussions of nearly 200 works of art, Jerusalem, 1000–1400: Every People Under Heaven explores not only the meaning of the city to its many faiths and its importance as a destination for tourists and pilgrims but also the aesthetic strands that enhanced and enlivened the medieval city that served as the crossroads of the known world.
Category: Art

Israel

Author : Daniel Gordis
ISBN : 9780062368768
Genre : History
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Winner of the Jewish Book of the Year Award The first comprehensive yet accessible history of the state of Israel from its inception to present day, from Daniel Gordis, "one of the most respected Israel analysts" (The Forward) living and writing in Jerusalem. Israel is a tiny state, and yet it has captured the world’s attention, aroused its imagination, and lately, been the object of its opprobrium. Why does such a small country speak to so many global concerns? More pressingly: Why does Israel make the decisions it does? And what lies in its future? We cannot answer these questions until we understand Israel’s people and the questions and conflicts, the hopes and desires, that have animated their conversations and actions. Though Israel’s history is rife with conflict, these conflicts do not fully communicate the spirit of Israel and its people: they give short shrift to the dream that gave birth to the state, and to the vision for the Jewish people that was at its core. Guiding us through the milestones of Israeli history, Gordis relays the drama of the Jewish people’s story and the creation of the state. Clear-eyed and erudite, he illustrates how Israel became a cultural, economic and military powerhouse—but also explains where Israel made grave mistakes and traces the long history of Israel’s deepening isolation. With Israel, public intellectual Daniel Gordis offers us a brief but thorough account of the cultural, economic, and political history of this complex nation, from its beginnings to the present. Accessible, levelheaded, and rigorous, Israel sheds light on the Israel’s past so we can understand its future. The result is a vivid portrait of a people, and a nation, reborn.
Category: History

Warfare In Bronze Age Society

Author : Christian Horn
ISBN : 9781107185562
Genre : History
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The Bronze Age represents the global emergence of a militarized society with a martial culture that constructed the warrior as a 'Hero' and warfare as 'Heroic'. The book takes a fresh look at warfare and its role in reshaping Bronze Age society from the Mediterranean to northern Europe.
Category: History

Impressionist And Post Impressionist Painting And Sculpture In The Israel Museum Jerusalem

Author : Stephanie Rachum
ISBN : 0810957388
Genre : Art
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Jerusalems Israel Museum has long been renowned for its collections of Judaica, Near Eastern artifacts, and rare books, including the Dead Sea Scrolls. But the museums hidden treasures are its Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings and sculpture. In this dazzling volume, published just after the Israel Museums 40th anniversary, the institutions superb collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art is showcased in full color and described in English for the first time. In an engaging text, curator Stephanie Rachum traces the history of the collection from its beginnings even before the museum itself was built. The collection has grown considerably over the years, and featured here are paintings by Czanne, van Gogh, Gauguin, Pissarro, Degas, Renoir, and Monet, along with sculpture by Rodin and other notable artists. Jerusalems Israel Museum has long been renowned for its collections of Judaica, Near Eastern artifacts, and rare books, including the Dead Sea Scrolls. But the museums hidden treasures are its Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings and sculpture. In this dazzling volume, published just after the Israel Museums 40th anniversary, the institutions superb collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art is showcased in full color and described in English for the first time. In an engaging text, curator Stephanie Rachum traces the history of the collection from its beginnings even before the museum itself was built. The collection has grown considerably over the years, and featured here are paintings by Czanne, van Gogh, Gauguin, Pissarro, Degas, Renoir, and Monet, along with sculpture by Rodin and other notable artists.
Category: Art