The Holy Land

The Holy Land

Archaeological Guide to Israel, Sinai, and Jordan

Book - 2009
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From Masada to Megiddo to Petra, this comprehensive guide helps readers explore and appreciate the Holy Land's manifold archaeological sites and attractions. Organized geographically, it is divided into chapters on Jerusalem, North Israel, South Israel, Mount Sinai, and Jordan, spotlighting venerable and varied religious sanctuaries, ancient cities, massive cliffside fortresses, and the incomparable stone city of Petra. Authoritative text delves into each region's history, architecture, and archaeological highlights, accompanied by superb photographs of each site, floor plans, details of decorative motifs, statuary, architectural features, and much more. With its portable and durable flexibound format and the wealth of information it contains in a concise format, this book is an indispensable travel companion.
Publisher: Vercelli, Italy : White Star, c2009
Edition: New updated and rev. ed
ISBN: 9788854404533
Branch Call Number: 933 BOU
Characteristics: 227 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Lavagno, Enrico 1962-

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Dec 31, 2012

Each page has several excellent photos of the ruins in a particular area of the holy land. Many aerial shots too and when needed a labelled drawing of layouts of the buildings now in ruins. One drawback is the small print that is used for the main text...the size usually used for captions. Good historical explanations of the significance of these cities, castles, temples, etc. now in ruins. Fascinating to read through. A good introduction before actually visiting these sights.

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