#1669

2019-07-18

The Pilgrimage Road Opens

With John DeLancey

Fifteen years ago, when the Pool of Siloam from the time of Jesus was discovered in Jerusalem, archaeologists also realized they could trace the road that went from the Pool of Siloam up to the Temple Mount. And now part of that road is available for pilgrims (Jewish and Christian) to walk once again, as they did 2,000 years ago. It's called the Pilgrimage Road. And we talk with our Israel tour co-host, John DeLancey of Biblical Israel Ministries and Tours, about this unique feature. In recent years, when we have been with John in Jerusalem, we've hiked the drainage channel that went beneath that road. But now the carefully engineered tunnel of the road itself, that goes beneath the present occupation level in the City of David, the oldest area of Jerusalem, is open. During this program we also briefly discussed John's week as an excavation volunteer at Tel Burna, and archaeological site 30 miles SW of Jerusalem, which has been identified as possibly the Old Testament city of Libnah.

tags: City of David Temple Mount Tel Burna Pool of Siloam Libnah Pilgrimage Road

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#1640

2018-12-18

Ancient Copper Mines of Timna Park

With Tali Erickson-Gini

Every Hanukkah for the past eight years, the public has been invited to Timna Park in far southern Israel to engage in archaeology. The remains of ancient Egyptian copper mines are located in the park, dated to the 12-13th century BC. Dr. Erickson-Gini discusses this unique archaeological opportunity and what's been found at Timna Park.

tags: Egypt copper mines Bronze slag volunteer archaeologists

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#1560

2017-03-01

Qumran Cave 12

With Randall Price

Another cave has been discovered, connected to the Dead Sea Scrolls. This cave was excavated by archaeologists and volunteers in January 2017. One of the leaders of the excavation was Randall Price, a professor at Liberty University.

tags: Dead Sea Scrolls Qumran Cave 12

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