Bring the Past Back to Life - Archaeology in the Holy Land
The Burnt House of Second Temple Period Jerusalem, believed to have been destroyed in Romans when Jerusalem was sacked in 70 C.E
Archaeology, as well as the Bible and contemporary non-Biblical writings, testifies to the ancient Jewish presence in Israel. Exciting new discoveries over the past 150 years, and particularly in modern times, have brought to light evidence of a growing number of personalities, places and events mentioned in the Biblical and post-Biblical records. Through such scholarship, the past is being vividly brought back to life, highlighting the dramatic living relationship between Israel’s Jews today and their forebears of yesteryear.