Jaffa Road
Jaffa Road (Hebrew: רחוב יפו‎, Rehov Yaffo, Arabic: شارع يافا‎) is one of the longest and oldest major streets in Jerusalem. It crosses the city from east to west, from the Old City wa...
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Unsealing Of Christ's Reputed Tomb Turns Up New Revelations
For just 60 hours, researchers have had the opportunity to examine the holiest site in Christianity. Here's what they've found.
Historic Deal Allows Men And Women To Pray Together At Western Wall
A battle lasting more than a quarter of a century over the Western Wall, the religious site revered by Jews all over the world, has resulted in a historic deal to create a space where men and women ar...
History of Jerusalem
During its long history, Jerusalem has been destroyed twice, besieged 23 times, attacked 52 times, and captured and recaptured 44 times. The oldest part of the city was settled in the 4th millennium B...
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Unsealing Of Christ's Reputed Tomb Turns Up New Revelations
For just 60 hours, researchers have had the opportunity to examine the holiest site in Christianity. Here's what they've found.
The Three Weeks
The Three Weeks or Bein ha-Metzarim (Hebrew: בין המצרים, "Between the Straits") (cf "dire straits") is a period of mourning commemorating the destruction of the first and second Jewish Temples. The Th...
Joiada
Joiada (Hebrew: יוֹיָדָע‎ Yoyada "Yahu knows") is a name found from the form "Jehoiada" in the Hebrew Bible and used alternately in English versions. Joiada is the fourth High Priest of Israel ...
Acra (fortress)
The Acra (or Akra, Hebrew: חקרא or חקרה‎, Greek: Aκρα), was a fortified compound in Jerusalem built by Antiochus Epiphanes, ruler of the Seleucid Empire, following his sack of the city in 16...
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Hyrcanus II
Hyrcanus II, a member of the Hasmonean dynasty, was the Jewish High Priest and King of Judea in the 1st century BC.
Hyrcanus was the eldest son of Alexander Jannaeus, King and High Priest, and Ale...
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Angevins
Angevin or House of Anjou may refer to:
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