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See History Come Alive in This Unique Full-Color Guide Inside you’ll find sixteen full-color photos of Israel’s most famous sites—each with a beautifully illustrated overlay that takes you back in time to how it really was! Masada The City of David The Temple Mount in Jerusalem Crusader Castles Byzantine Churches The Synagogue at Capernaum Megiddo Caesarea The Hot Springs of Hamat Gader The Roman Ruins at Beit She’an Guaranteed to Delight Armchair Travelers—And a Great Resource for Visitors, Too

  • Practical information for all the sites: admission charges, hours, how to get there, and more
  • Where to stay and dine, from famous Jerusalem hotels and hospices to spa resorts and country restaurants around the Sea of Galilee
  • More to see and do—including details on visiting the nature reserves near the major sites
  • Detailed, accurate maps to help you get around
  • And much more!

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Israel’s historic and religious heritage is brought to life through a series of color photos of the country’s most important sites as you see them today — with acetate overlays containing vivid reconstructions of the sites as they once were.This unique, indispensable guide lets travelers see the past as never before. It’s the perfect companion for anyone who wants to explore the historic and holy sites and see them as they were meant to be seen. Also included:

  • An introduction to ancient Israel
  • Dozens of full-color photos and maps
  • Complete service information, with directions, transportation information, opening times, costs, and nearby places to eat or spend the night

Table of Contents


The City of David (1000–900 B.C.).

Jerusalem During the Second Temple Period (1st Cent. B.C.).

The Robinson Arch (1st Cent. B.C.).

The Cardo in Jerusalem (A.D. 135).

Caesarea (12th–13th Cent. A.D.).

Masada (Herodian Period).

The Church at Mamshit (4th Cent. A.D.).

The Cardo in Beit She’an (4th Cent. A.D.).

The Theater in Beit She’an (3rd Cent. A.D.).

Belvoir (Kokhav Hayarden – 12th Cent. A.D.).

Hamat Gader (3rd Cent. A.D.).

The Church at Kursi (5th–6th Cent. A.D.).

The Synagogue in Capernaum (Kefar Nahum – 3rd–4th Cent. A.D.).

Kala’at Namrud (Kala’at Subeibe – 13th Cent. A.D.).

Tiberias (12th–18th Cent. A.D.).

Megiddo (10th–9th Cent. B.C.).

The History of the Land of Israel.

Practical Information.

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Robert Ullian
D. Bahat
Travel-Middle East
Israel Guidebooks.


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