The Final Days of Jesus

The Archaeological Evidence

£12.99

ISBN: 9780745953953 Categories: ,

ISBN: 9780745953953

Publication date: August 21, 2009

Format: Paperback

Extent: 254 pages

Dimensions: 230mm(length) 150mm(width)

Imprint: Lion Books

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Few theologians and historians have had direct access to the ancient buried city of Jerusalem, let alone to remains dating specifically from the time of Jesus. This book is the first book of its kind to examine the final days of Jesus using the full array of such archaeological discoveries.

Renowned archaeologist Shimon Gibson has been digging in Jerusalem since the 1970s and has been directly connected to every discovery pertaining to Jesus and the first century. It is this unprecedented access to all the key archaeological finds of Jesus during his final days that cannot be found in any other publication about Jesus. Describing the events of the final days of Jesus chronologically, this remarkable work is packed with all relevant archaeological discoveries known to have a bearing on the story of the final days of Jesus.

Meet the author: Mr Shimon Gibson

Shimon Gibson is a British-born, world-renowned archaeologist who completed his Ph.D. on ancient landscapes in the Levant at the Institute of Archaeology, University College, London. Specialising in the Holy Land, Gibson is the author of more than 100 research articles and the co-author of two scientific monographs on the antiquities of Jerusalem. Gibson is also the co-editor of the Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land and the editor of The Illustrated Dictionary and Concordance of the Bible. Gibson is a Senior Associate Fellow at the W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research in Jerusalem, and an Adjunct Professor of Archaeology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. During the past twenty years he has conducted numerous excavations and field surveys in different parts of Israel. He was the head of the Research and Scientific Reports Department of the Israel Antiquities Authority from 1995 to 1999.


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