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Churches and Monasteries in the Holy Land

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Apogee Press 2015

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$29.99

Overview

Explore the sacred sites of Jesus’ life from Galilee to the Judean Desert and from the Jordan River to Jerusalem. This stunning, opulently illustrated book presents 33 of the most significant and sought-after sites in the Holy Land. The authors highlight the diverse religious, architectural, artistic, and cultural treasures embedded in churches across the country. High-quality photographs capture the majesty of the buildings, the faces of celebrants, and the varied beauty of the land, while also offering a vivid account of the traditions and history associated with them. For centuries pilgrims have made the demanding physical journey to visit these sacred sites and celebrate their faith in the Holy Land. This book recreates that pilgrimage and offers a rewarding visual journey.

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Key Features

  • Provides a window into the fascinating world of the Holy Land
  • Reveals diverse cultural treasures in stunning detail
  • Features high-quality photographs of 33 important sites

Product Details

  • Title: Churches and Monasteries in the Holy Land
  • Authors: David Rapp and Hanan Isachar
  • Publisher: Isachar & Rapp
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Pages: 224
  • Resource Type: Handbooks
  • Topic: Archaeology

About the Authors

David Rapp is an art historian, critic, and journalist who has written articles on art and culture for several publications, including Haaretz. He has participated in an interdisciplinary research forum focusing on Christian denominations in Israel and the Palestinian Authority. He resides in Tel Aviv.

Hanan Isachar has won international acclaim for his work, published 15 books of photographs, and contributed images to magazines and books worldwide, including Images of the Holy Land. He resides in Herzliya, Israel.

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