Month: July 2017

The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

The Shrine of the Book The Israel Museum in Jerusalem is most widely known for playing host to the famous Dead Sea Scrolls. The first seven scrolls were discovered in the caves of Qumran in 1946 by a Bedouin Shepard and the rest were uncovered by archeologists beginning in 1949-1956 and even as recently as…

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City of David, Jerusalem

Was the Palace of King David in Jerusalem Found? King David built this city, which was subsequently named after him, as a capital for the 12 tribes of Israel. Thousands of years later, a team of archaeologists are uncovering the hidden gems below the surface of this truly wondrous city and have made it an…

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