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- Physical Description: 1 online resource (36 video files (approximately 1080 min.)) : sound, color.
- Publisher: [United States] : The Great Courses : 2010.
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Episode 22 Galilee- Setting of Jesus's Life and Ministry Episode 23 Synagogues in the Time of Jesus Episode 25 Early Jewish Tombs in Jerusalem Episode 26 Monumental Tombs in the Time of Jesus Episode 27 Burials of Jesus and James Episode 28 First Jewish Revolt- Jerusalem Destroyed Episode 29 Masada- Herod's Desert Palace and the Siege Episode 3 Jerusalem- An Introduction to the City Episode 30 Flavius Josephus and the Mass Suicide Episode 31 Second Jewish Revolt against the Romans Episode 32 Roman Jerusalem- Hadrian's Aelia Capitolina Episode 33 Christian Emperors and Pilgrimage Sites Episode 34 Judaism and Synagogues under Christian Rule Episode 35 Islam's Transformation of Jerusalem Episode 4 Jerusalem of David and Solomon Episode 8 Babylonian Exile and the Persian Restoration Episode 9 Alexander the Great and His Successors Episode 1 Land of Canaan Episode 10 Hellenization of Palestine Episode 11 Maccabean Revolt Episode 12 Hasmonean Kingdom Episode 13 Pharisees and Sadducees Episode 14 Discovery and Site of the Dead Sea Scrolls Episode 16 Dead Sea Scrolls and the Essenes Episode 17 Life of the Essenes Episode 18 From Roman Annexation to Herod the Great Episode 19 Herod as Builder- Jerusalem's Temple Mount Episode 2 Arrival of the Israelites Episode 20 Caesarea Maritima- Harbor and Showcase City Episode 21 From Herod's Last Years to Pontius Pilate Episode 24 Sites of the Trial and Final Hours of Jesus Episode 36 What and How Archaeology Reveals Episode 5 Biblical Jerusalem's Ancient Water Systems Episode 6 Samaria and the Northern Kingdom of Israel Episode 7 Fortifications and Cult Practices Episode 15 Sectarian Settlement at Qumran.
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Lecturer: Professor Jodi Magness, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
With a rich history stretching back over 3,000 years, the Holy Land is sacred for three major faiths and the setting for defining events in religious history. Historians have shed intriguing new light on our understanding of this area-and its powerful role in religious history. Comb through these remains for yourself and travel deep beneath the pages of the Bible.
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