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Day 15

A travel blog entry by camosami on Jun 25, 2014

... she kind of gave up. I noticed that she got on her phone and was weakly letting the patiche fall on the dirt to make it look like she was working. I understand that archaeological fieldwork is not for everyone. With them and another volunteer Carey and Mackenzie we tore down 2/3 of another wall. After lunch, Gordy, a volunteer but also professional archaeologist, gave a talk on jobs in cultural ...

Mount of Olives, Garden of Gethsemane ...

A travel blog entry by barbh5889 on Jun 19, 2014

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... is basically a family grave with many small boxes in it. As a body decayed the family would gather the bones of each family member and put them in individual boxes so when the resurrection occurs they would all be in one place not be mixed together.

At the bottom of the Mount of Olives we came to the Garden of Gethsemane. Here we had a time of worship with the 4 other buses. From the garden we could see the eastern wall of the temple mount. The gates were sealed many ...

A Weekend in Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by camosami on Jun 14, 2014

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... this time.  After I arrived I was taken to a fish restaurant across the street and almost burst after eating.  Back at the store, the owner, Mohie, had a huge collection of archaeological objects, like glass, pottery and metal, which fascinated me.  It was like being in a candy shop.  I bought a few ancient things and some gifts and then an extraordinary thing happened - Dr. Randall Price of Liberty University walked in.  He's a big ...


A travel blog entry by phagan on Jun 08, 2014

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... star. Bethlehem means the house of a Bread, and Jesus is the bread of life. It was planned centuries before Jesus was born where Jesus would come. We rad the story of Jesus birth and sang Silent night and a few other songs appropriate for this event. There were shepherds in the fields today. We also took the route to Magi we're took to see Jesus. From this hill Jerusalem could be seen, but we couldn't get that view. ...

A Hop, Skip and a Nap

A travel blog entry by camosami on Jun 05, 2014

... to bed, the time was about 7:30 pm. I leisurely woke up before 2 am (never thought I'd say that) and as I write its about 4 am. This is good practice, because once I start working I'll need to be up around 4 and we begin digging at 5. Only two days til then and I'm really excited.
I can't wait to meet everyone and begin to apply all the skills and knowledge I've acquired in my first year in college. I think I've come a long way in just a ...


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