Joseph’s Tomb | Aaron Lipkin

  Joseph’s Tomb is in the heart of the Biblical city of Shechem, which today is the largest Arab city in Israel with the modern name of Nablus. Even though Joseph’s Tomb is a recognized historical, biblical, and archaeological site, Jewish people are only allowed to visit once a month, in the middle of the […]

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Sergio & Rhoda in Israel: Herod’s Pagan Temple

  Herod the Great is famous for expanding the second temple, but he had also built pagan temples for Augustus. According to the ancient historian, Josephus Flavius, Herod built three temples for the Romans. One in Caesarea Maritima, one in Samaria, but the third one could not be identified for a long time. Where is […]

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