Monday, July 16, 2018

Jerusalem and Rome, an exhibition on first century cultures at the Museum of the Bible

ALPHA OMEGA ARTS
Image from the exhibition
WASHINGTON, DC---In its new exhibit, the Museum of the Bible presents a selection of archaeological remains from the Land of Israel in the first century CE. They tell the story of the developments in this era and bear witness to the glory of Jerusalem during the reign of King Herod and the Roman procurators, examine the Great Jewish Revolt against Rome and the fall of Masada, and, finally, trace the continued existence of Judaism after the destruction of Jerusalem and its Temple, and the rise of Christianity. The exhibit and its artifacts are under the auspices and courtesy of the Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. [Tickets]

Museum of the Bible: Jerusalem and Rome: Cultures in Context in the First Century CE; (Through June 2019); 400 4th St SW, Washington, DC; (866)430-MOTB; museumofthebible.org
Images from the exhibition