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Biblical Archeology Exhibit

Welcome to our Biblical Archeology Exhibit. This audio tour was created by the students of Ms. Pollard and Ms. Colitti’s One God World Civilization class. This tour is designed to take you through different sites in the Middle East that are connected to various religious accounts from Christianity and Judaism. Students in the class studied the religious and historical background of their archaeological sites and compared the narratives to see if they aligned or diverged. After researching, students wrote and recorded a transcript, which is what you will be listening to today. We would like to thank Ms. Williams for her help with the research and finding the audio-tour software. This would not have been possible without all her hard work. Please enjoy the tour!

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Biblical Archeology Exhibit
  1. Tell es-Safi/Gath
  2. “King David’s Palace” (also known as: Khirbet Qeiyafa) in Jerusalem
  3. Qumran Caves/Dead Sea Scrolls
  4. Tunnels under Temple Mount (Western Wall Tunnels)
  5. Herodium/Herodian Fortress
  6. Sepphoris (Zippori)
  7. Magdala (Migdel) and Bethsaida (Et Tel)
  8. Capernaum
  9. Jericho
  10. Church of the Holy Sepulcher (also spelled Sepulchre)
  11. Masada