Rediscovering Jerusalem- New Finds in Ancient Jerusalem

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Jerusalem consists of many layers. In recent years, numerous sites have been discovered in Jerusalem. The excavations unearth exciting and fascinating finds that allow us to look with new eyes on the city’s past.

In this lecture, you’ll get to know the new findings discovered in recent years:

  • The unique bullae found in the City of David
  • The great Siloam Pool from Second Temple times
  • The magnificent street that led up to the Temple Mount
  • The drainage channel that hid surprising finds
  • The Akra, whose true location had stumped scholars for years

We’ll explain how and when the discoveries were made, we’ll show the connection between the finds and the ancient sources, and shed light on the past through the findings of the present.

To book a lecture: Nira 052-7752000, [email protected]