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Daily Life at the Time of Jesus

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Vivid, original illustrations of life in New Testament times, maps, photographs of the Holy Land and the most significant archaeological finds of the past half-century combine to bring alive the times of Jesus in a novel and fascinating way. From the inspiring historical background of the unique period which has affected the lives of so many to the succinct, in-depth expla ...more
Paperback, 101 pages
Published July 10th 2007 by Palphot (first published February 2001)
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Aug 11, 2011 Debbie rated it really liked it
"Daily Life at the Time of Jesus" gives Bible background information about daily life that helps readers better understand some things that are referred to in the gospels. The author based her information on ancient writings, the New Testament, and archeological findings. The text was accompanied by full-color maps of Israel, photographs taken around Israel and of archeological items, and illustrated artist reconstructions of daily life and buildings. There was also a timeline (with 4 B.C. for H ...more
Dec 10, 2014 K B rated it it was amazing
Great materiel for adults and kids, alike! Worth reading. Well done in literary style, research and illustration!
Jul 21, 2008 Monica rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: everyone that wants to learn about this topic.
The pictures are wonderful. They helped me to picture what Israel was like during the time of Jesus' life. I think that it is a wonderful book for adults and children. Its not too long and not too long winded.
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Good resource for learning what it was like in Judah and Galilee in the first century CE.
Jun 26, 2008 Nicole rated it liked it
Interesting and had lots of pictures and easy explanations.
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Miriam Feinberg Vamosh is the author of several informative, illustrated books about ancient times in the Holy Land. But it is her novel, The Scroll, a multi-generational historical novel about the survivors of Masada, which perhaps best reveals who Miriam is. That is because it delves into the issues that bedevil her and the people closest to her, all of whom are trying to make sense of the compl ...more
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