This was all good, but it is hard to say if it was better than the swigs of simple warm canteen water we had enjoyed during our hot Judean Desert
The illuminating text is accompanied by photography of the parchments and contextual images of the Judean Desert
The tomb is at a site called Herodium, a flattened hilltop in the Judean Desert
, clearly visible from southern Jerusalem.
132) Patrich comments that Judean desert
monasticism only began to flourish under Sabas (439-532), and counts six laurae and eight coenobia by ca.
The Bible as Book: The Hebrew Bible and the Judean Desert
It begins with a brief chapter in which Satlow presents the evidence of legal documents retrieved from Elephantine and the Judean desert
The group includes several members of the International Team of Editors of the Dead Sea Scrolls, the group working to translate the fragments of the ancient text found in caves in the Judean desert
Ever since a Bedouin shepherd found the first scrolls in the Judean desert
in 1947, the Dead Sea Scrolls have been the subject of passionate speculation and controversy.
ON top of a 1,300ft cliff at the edge of the Judean Desert
and the Dead Sea Valley stands Israel's most famous archaeological site, Masada.
A small group of us were very tired after a day in the hill fort of Masada and we were driving back to Jerusalem with the sun sinking over the Judean desert
, its rays striking across the Dead Sea and illuminating the high, cliff walls of the Hashemite kingdom of Jordan on the other side.
The boys' bodies were found in a cave in Wadi Hariton, a dry river bed about half a mile from the Tekoa settlement on the edge of the Judean Desert
Consequently, significant differences in the distribution of higher plants and of microorganisms is attributed to the direction of incident rainfall in the Judean Desert
(Danin, 1989c) - as is their distribution on house walls in Rome (Caneva et al.