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A History Of Israel And The Holy Land

Author : Michael Avi-Yonah
ISBN : 0826415261
Genre : History
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In its entirety the story told here spans all of recorded history. It is a story of momentous events and mighty nations, of the birth of great religions and of foreign conquests, of longing and renewal. The scholars who have produced this work have woven an engrossing, continuous narrative out of the historical materials, presenting a rich array of peoples and cultures, from the ancient Hebrews and their neighbors down to the time of Jesus and the Roman wars and then on through the Arab and Crusader conquests, the Mameluk domination, the long period of Turkish rule, British Mandate, and the rebirth of Israel. An integral part of the story is the magnificent selection of photographs illustrating the land, its sites, its ruins, and its treasures. This expanded millennium edition of A History of Israel and the Holy Land takes the story into the twenty-first century with a new and comprehensive survey of the State of Israel from its establishment to the present day. The new material includes a review of political, economic, and social developments in Israel and summaries of the country's wars and the peace process.>

The Oxford Illustrated History Of The Holy Land

Author : Robert G. Hoyland
ISBN : 9780198724391
Genre : History
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The story of the Holy Land, encompassing the three millennia that saw the birth of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Each chapter is written by a leading scholar and is highly illustrated with paintings, photographs, and ancient texts.

The Holy Land In Observant Franciscan Texts C 1480 1650

Author : Marianne P. Ritsema van Eck
ISBN : 9789004410329
Genre : History
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In The Holy Land in Observant Franciscan Texts (c. 1480–1650): Theology, Travel, and Territoriality Marianne P. Ritsema van Eck charts the development of a heterogeneous but recognizably Observant Franciscan literature about the Holy Land.

Palestine Its Holy Sites And Sacred History

Author : John Tillotson
ISBN : OXFORD:600090276
Genre : Eretz Israel
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Crusader Art In The Holy Land From The Third Crusade To The Fall Of Acre

Author : Jaroslav Folda
ISBN : 9780521835831
Genre : Art
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Examines Crusader Art of the thirteenth century in its historical, social, and religious context.

The Historical Geography Of The Holy Land

Author : George Adam Smith
ISBN : UOM:39015063789849
Genre : Bible
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Pilgrims To The Holy Land

Author : Teddy Kollek
ISBN : UOM:39015008807060
Genre : Pilgrims and pilgrimages
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Natural Materials Of The Holy Land And The Visual Translation Of Place 500 1500

Author : Renana Bartal
ISBN : 9781351809276
Genre : Art
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Natural Materials of the Holy Land and the Visual Translation of Place, 500-1500, focuses on the unique ways that natural materials carry the spirit of place. Since early Christianity, wood, earth, water and stone were taken from loca sancta to signify them elsewhere. Academic discourse has indiscriminately grouped material tokens from holy places and their containers with architectural and topographical emulations, two-dimensional images and bodily relics. However, unlike textual or visual representations, natural materials do not describe or interpret the Holy Land; they are part of it. Tangible and timeless, they realize the meaning of their place of origin in new locations. What makes earth, stones or bottled water transported from holy sites sacred? How do they become pars pro toto, signifying the whole from which they were taken? This book will examine natural media used for translating loca sancta, the processes of their sanctification and how, although inherently abstract, they become charged with meaning. It will address their metamorphosis, natural or induced; how they change the environment to which they are transported; their capacity to translate a static and distant site elsewhere; the effect of their relocation on users/viewers; and how their containers and staging are used to communicate their substance.

Syria The Holy Land Asia Minor C

Author : John Carne
ISBN : NLI:1015962-20
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Hollywood In The Holy Land

Author : Nickolas Haydock
ISBN : 9780786453177
Genre : Performing Arts
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This collection of essays analyzes film representations of the Crusades, other medieval East/West encounters, and the modern inheritance of encounters between orientalist fantasy and apocalyptic conspiracy. From studies of the filmic representations of popular figures such as El Cid, Roland, Richard I, and Saladin to examinations of such topics as Templar romance and the role of set design, location and landscape, the essays make significant contributions to our understanding of orientalist medievalism in film. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.

Chasing The Divine In The Holy Land

Author : Ruth Everhart
ISBN : 9781467437455
Genre : Religion
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When Ruth Everhart was given the opportunity to travel to the Holy Land as one of several ministers taking part in a documentary about pilgrimage, she jumped at the opportunity. Little did she know just how demanding -- yet ultimately rewarding -- her transformation from Presbyterian minister, wife, and mom to pilgrim would be. Candid, down-to-earth, and delightful, Ruth recounts her experiences in Chasing the Divine in the Holy Land, inviting readers to journey alongside her on an unforgettable Holy Land pilgrimage. Watch the trailer:

Modern Christianity In The Holy Land

Author : Rev. Hanna Kildani Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781449052867
Genre : History
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“Modern Christianity in the Holy Land” is a modest contribution to the documentation of the history of our country. In the nineteenth century, the structure of the Churches underwent change. Christian institutions developed in the light of the Ottoman Firmans and the international relations forged by the Ottoman Sultanate. At that time, the systems of the millet, capitulation, international interests and the Eastern Question were all interlocked in successive and complex developments in the Ottoman world. Changes to the structure of the Churches had local and international dimensions, which need to be understood to comprehend the realities governing present-day Christianity. At a local level, the first law governing the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate was promulgated and the Orthodox Arab issue surfaced. Moreover, the Latin Patriarchate was re-established and the Anglican Bishopric was formed. Most of these events occurred in Jerusalem and their consequences necessarily extended to the various parts of Palestine and Jordan. This history is not restricted to the Churches and the study touches on public, political, social and economic life, Christian-Muslim-Jewish relations, the history of the clans and ethnic groups, the ties that neighboring countries forged with the Holy Land, and the pilgrimage to the Holy Places. This pilgrimage is one of the most prominent features of the Holy Land. Indeed, the Lord has blessed this land and chosen it from everywhere else in the world for his great monotheistic revelations as God, Allah, Elohim. The sources and references of this book are diverse in terms of color, language and roots. One moment they take the reader to Jerusalem, Karak, Nazareth, and Salt and at other times to Istanbul, Rome, London and Moscow.

France And The Holy Land

Author : Daniel H. Weiss
ISBN : 0801878233
Genre : Art
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Incidents Of Travel In Egypt Arabia Petraea And The Holy Land

Author : John Lloyd Stephens
ISBN : 9781108079242
Genre : Social Science
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This 1838 edition traces a journey through Egypt and the Near East by John Lloyd Stephens, founder of Mesoamerican archaeology.

The Holy Land

Author : John Kelman
ISBN : 9783752406955
Genre : Fiction
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Reproduction of the original: The Holy Land by John Kelman

Incidents Of Travel In Egypt Arabia Petraea And The Holy Land By G Or Rather J L Stephens

Author : John Lloyd Stephens
ISBN : OXFORD:590941757
Genre : Arabian Peninsula
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A Pilgrimage To The Holy Land

Author : Alphonse de Lamartine
ISBN : NYPL:33433082471826
Genre : Eretz Israel
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Incidents Of Travel In Egypt Arabia Petraea And The Holy Land

Author : John Lloyd STEPHENS
ISBN : BL:A0017614217
Genre : Middle East
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Nazis In The Holy Land 1933 1948

Author : Heidemarie Wawrzyn
ISBN : 9783110306521
Genre : History
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Young Germans marched through Haifa shouting „Heil Hitler!“ and Swastika flags were hoisted at the German consulates in Mandatory Palestine. It was in November 1931 when a non-Jewish German made the initial contact with Nazi officials in Germany that led to the establishment of a miniature Third Reich with local NS groups, Hitler Youth program, and associations for women, teachers, and others in Palestine. Approximately 33% of all Palestine-Germans (Palästina-Deutsche) participated in the NS movement. Until today no extensive research written in English has been done on this bizarre „footnote“ in history. While previous publications in German mainly concentrated on the members of the Temple Society, this work includes Protestant and Catholic Germans as well. It focuses on the relationship of Palästina-Deutsche with local Arabs and Jews. It covers the period of 1933 to 1948 as well as the years between the establishing of the State of Israel and the departure of the last group of Germans in 1950. At the end of the book, the reader will find a list with more than seven hundred names of those who joined the NS groups.

Death Of A Holy Land

Author : Rose L. Levinson
ISBN : 9780739177730
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Death of a Holy Land: Reflections in Contemporary Israeli Fiction, by Rose Levinson, is a close textual reading of eight novels by four contemporary Israeli authors. Analysis of their fiction is the basis for a critique of today’s Israel, suggesting that its current malaise is linked to long-standing issues of Jewish identity and insisting on the need for a revised view which recognizes the country as a deeply conflicted modern nation state.

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