Discovering the Solomonic Wall in Jerusalem
Institute of Archaeology at Hebrew University in Jerusalem archaeologist Dr. Eilat Mazar authors this accessible and understandable adventure into Biblical archeology. This book is informative and scholarly, but written in such charming and relatable language, it will be enjoyed by both those with a lay and expert understanding of archeology.
Dr. Mazar, whose previous work includes uncovering what may be King David’s palace, continues the excavations of her famous grandfather, Professor Benjamin Mazar, at Jerusalem’s Temple Mount southern wall. The book interestingly combines her youthful memories of the grandfather's monumental excavations and her own recent findings. Come with her as she explores the southern gate of Biblical Jerusalem and makes the exciting discovery of the city wall built by King Solomon! This is a must read for anyone truly interested in Biblical archaeology.
174 pages with over 213 illustrations (most in color)
Includes an index