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After I published my report on Christian sites in the Galilee, and in particular Nazareth, I received a question from Dr. Nancy Koff about the mural behind the altar. I didn't find much out about that, but in researching the answer I discovered a great deal more about the construction of the Basilica of the Annunciation. It turns out that Antonio Barluzzi actually was chosen originally to design a new church to replace the existing one, ...
... of its sacred place extraordinarily well. In a way, following the Christian trail in Israel becomes a kind of Barluzzi pilgrimage, too.
What struck me about this church on Mt. Tabor was the unity of the place, the tranquility it cultivated, and its oddly plain wooden ceiling, which looked like church roofs built before domes became standard issue. I later learned from Zev Ben Aryeh—much more about him later—that the original roof here ...
... 250;s pudo haber trabajado en la construcción de este lugar, porque la traducción del hebreo es más cercana a una persona que hace trabajo con las manos a que un carpintero. También porque ésta era el área dónde él solía vivir. Aquí finalmente pudimos ver algunas matas de olivas de cerca. A mí me encantan las aceitunas pero lamentablemente no se pueden comer directo de la mata porque son ...
... street where we entered through a non-descript gate into an enclosed courtyard, then were buzzed in to walk up a flight of stone steps into our an ancient home that would be our hotel for the night. Amazing. After a quick orientation to the area, we had time to visit the Basilica of the Annunciation which is the most recent (and I would suggest last) of many churches that have been constructed over what historians believe to be ruins of important Christian landmarks. The ...
... or bath of some kind because of the plaster visible on two sides. The wall beside it may run more to the west than we thought; Caroline and I think we may have accidentally removed the top course of this wall when we were removing the collapse. We also found evidence of burning but we're not sure what it means yet. One Day More. And it's hard to ...
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