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RESEARCH - BIBLE - ARTIFACTS

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Research - Bible - Artifacts

For centuries we have been able to learn about the history of the Middle East because of many ancient writings are in  existence. One of these writings, the Bible, plays an important role as it tells us about those that primarily lived in the so-called “Fertile Crescent.” In the past 150 years archaeologists have unearthed countless artifacts from which we have been able to gather knowledge about these ancient cultures. How can these artifacts help us to better understand the biblical account and to view it in its historical setting?

This question will be considered in the new released book Research – Bible – Artifacts. With the help of a selection of artifacts mainly from the famous “Pergamon Museum” in Berlin the reader receives a vivid picture of biblical accounts. Each page is colourfully laid out with a photograph of each artifact and also linked with the appropriate scripture. (The volume contains over 90 colourfully illustrations and maps.) In an appendix you will find more information about the capture of the old city of Babylon and also how the old historians Herodotus and Xenophon confirm the Bible account. In addition it contains also a chapter about the Neo-Babylonian Chronology and the cuneiform tablet VAT 4956 from Berlin, written by Dr. Rolf Furuli.

Size: About 128 pages, paperback (228 mm, 175 mm).

Left hand pages will cover the text in German, whereas right hand pages will be in English.

Prize: 12,50 € plus shipping. (Please note  that the shipping cost will vary according to the postal address.) For orders please contact: order@gersam.de

A Scientist:

I find that it is both beautiful and instructive. I have already recommended it to several …

A Bookseller:

Thank you for your book which I found very interesting.

A Reader:

A must for every good library …

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