Evidence in Israel

The West Bank, including the portion of Jerusalem that Jordan controlled prior to 1967, has a land area of 5,640 km2 plus a water area of 220 km2. As of July 2015 it has an estimated population of 2,785,366 Palestinians, and approximately 371,000 Israeli settlers live in perhaps...

Beth She’an (Beit She’an) is one of the most impressive collections of ruins found on earth. This city was an important location in the ancient world. The Jordan River and Harod Spring are located nearby which made the area good for agriculture.  Linkage roads to both the Via...

The Belvoir Fortress is a Crusader fortress in northern Israel that sits atop a rise that overlooks much of Israel and the Jordan River Valley. It is the best-preserved Crusader defensive works in and around the Holy Land. The Knights Hospitaller purchased the site in 1168. Sitting 1,600 feet...

The most holy site today for Judaism is the ‘Wailing Wall’. It is called this as Jews throughout the centuries have come here to mourn that this alone remains of the Great Temple structure. It is also called the ‘Western Wall’ since it comprises the...

Not far from Gallicantu are the cemeteries of Mount Zion.  The Protestant and Roman Catholic grave areas are a treasure trove for historians: Flinders Petrie (1853 – 1942) is buried here. Petrie was an English Egyptologist and a pioneer in archaeology and the preservation of artifacts....