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Pella in Jordan 2

the second interim report of the joint University of Sydney and the College of Wooster excavations at Pella, 1982-1985

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Published by Meditarch in Sydney, NSW, Australia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pella of the Decapolis (Extinct city),
  • Jordan
    • Subjects:
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Jordan -- Pella of the Decapolis (Extinct city),
    • Pella of the Decapolis (Extinct city)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby A.W. McNicoll ... [et al.] ; with additional contributions by J.A. Black ... [et al.].
      SeriesMediterranean archaeology., 2
      ContributionsMcNicoll, Anthony., University of Sydney., College of Wooster.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS154.9.P43 P45 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 315 p., 130 p. of plates :
      Number of Pages315
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1150948M
      ISBN 100867585803
      LC Control Number94124989

      LocationReferenceGoogle Map Link Home of Zebedee January 1- 19 ~ , Tarichea. PELLA IN JORDAN A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE SITE. EARLY EXPLORATION AT PELLA The next western visitor to the site was the French geographer Victor Guerin, who arrived at Pella on July 2, Guerin was to publish the more obvious features of the site ― notably the large “christian basilica” now book emphasised the richness and long.

      Pella Books - We are located in a small historic building, a church for over years, that is worth seeing for its own sak - Pella Books - Pella - United States COVID Update J Biblio is open and shipping orders. By December of A.D. 25, when John reached the neighborhood of Pella in his journey up the Jordan, his fame had extended throughout all Palestine, and his work had become the chief topic of conversation in all the towns about the lake of Galilee. Jesus had spoken favorably of John's message, and this had caused many from Capernaum to join John's cult of repentance and baptism.

      Hosted by the Jordanian government, this site provides many facts about the Jordan Valley and the places within it, including the Jordan River, Deir ‘Alla, and Pella. Pella, Jordan (Atlas Tours). Provides a good summary of the site’s history and archaeology. The Jordan Valley (Jewish Virtual Library). An interesting analysis of the rift. 2. Michael DiPaolo, class of , completed an I.S. on the collection and a copy of his two-part I.S. is located here. It is call number Spec Coll LDD56 3. CONSORT lists Pella in Jordan 1 and Pella in Jordan 2. These are located in the main stacks as well as copies in Special Collections. The.


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