Essential for the Jewish identity. !!L&F!! As I did not know that, I paste a copy of official information: >
Beit She'arim was founded at the end of the 1st century BCE, during the reign of King Herod, and reached the height of its prosperity in the Roman period. The town suffered greatly during the repression of the Jewish rebellion in 351 against Gallus Ceasar (the ruler of the Orient under the Emperor Constantius II) and then declined; it was abandoned during the Early Arab period (7th century).
The town in southern Galilee was first mentioned by Josephus Flavius (Life 118-119) as Besara, the administrative center of the estates of Queen Berenice in the Jezreel Valley in the 2nd century. The locality became known as Beit She'arim, and a rabbinical academy was established there. Later in the same century the town gained fame when the Sanhedrin (Jewish legislature and supreme council after the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 CE) was moved to Beit She'arim and Rabbi Judah Hanasi took up residence there. The revered Rabbi is especially known as the redactor of the Mishnah (collection of oral laws) and though he died in Zippori, he was buried in Beit She'arim. In the 3rd and 4th centuries, many Jews, both in the Land of Israel and in the Diaspora, were buried in Beit She'arim, and its cemetery became a necropolis...<
(Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs) Best regards, Hans
Well done, beautiful landscape, Greetings from Chile
Please correct title - AND
13 Monument method?
Sorry, this position is also not exact. You stould on the way down to Ardon-Wadi
I feel so blessed to be able to see these pictures. They make me feel closer to Jesus. I never though I would ever be lucky enough to see real pictures like these that haven't been altered for t.v.
О Боже,что за ужас при свете дня???Памятник пацако-чатланской войны???
I am writing to let you know that this photo has (also) been short- listed for inclusion in the Wat Spinoza? exhibition, which takes place at Mediamatic from 8th of May until 28th of June in Amsterdam.
Clicking on the links below, you will find out what the exhibition is about.
We are planing to print out the pictures in large scale to cover the walls of the gallery. Unfortunately, our budget is short and we cannot offer you any payment.
Please, let us know if you agree on showing your picture on our exhibition space. And if so, we would kindly ask you to send us the selected picture in high-resolution until 2nd of May.
I am writing to let you know that this photo has been short- listed for inclusion in the Wat Spinoza? exhibition, which takes place at Mediamatic from 8th of May until 28th of June in Amsterdam.