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Bibliography of Holy Land Sites PT. 1

Eleanor K. Vogel

Bibliography of Holy Land Sites PT. 1

Compiled in Honor of Dr. Nelson Glueck

by Eleanor K. Vogel

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Published by Hebrew Union College Press .
Written in English

  • Archaeology,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology

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    Number of Pages96
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    Open LibraryOL11173179M
    ISBN 100878206264
    ISBN 109780878206261

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The area is centered at Jerusalem, and it extends from modern Israel to Egypt, which is associated with Jesus' family in the Gospels, and to Asia Minor, which is. Home Page / A BIBLIOGRAPHY ON CHRISTIANITY IN PALESTINE/ERETZ-ISRAEL: A BIBLIOGRAPHY ON CHRISTIANITY IN PALESTINE/ERETZ-ISRAEL: This ongoing bibliographical project was launched in the year on behalf of the Center for the Study of Christianity of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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World Pilgrimage Guide by National Geographic photographer Martin Gray. Information, pictures, maps of holy places and sacred sites in countries. Myth. The New Oxford Annotated Bible includes maps of the Holy Land.

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