was a small prominent city of the Canaan region, reaching its greatest Bronze Age extent in the period from 1700 to 1550 BCE. It seems to have reflected the greater urbanization in the area at that time, and has been linked to the rise of the Maryannu, a class of chariot-using aristocrats linked to the rise of the Mitannite state to the north. Kathleen Kenyon reported “...the Middle Bronze Age is perhaps the most prosperous in the whole history of Kna'an. ... The defenses ... belong to a fairly advanced date in that period” and there was “a massive stone revetment... part of a complex system” of defenses (pp. 213–218). Kenyon, Kathleen "Digging up Jericho"(London, 1957) Bronze-age Jericho fell in the 16th century at the end of the Middle Bronze Age, the calibrated carbon remains from its City-IV destruction layer dating to 1617–1530 BCE. Notably this carbon dating WikiPedia:Jericho Commons:Category:Jericho
web url http: whc.unesco.org en tentativelists 5704 title Ancient Jericho: Tell es-Sultan year 2012 accessdate 5 September 2013 publisher UNESCO World Heritage Centre As the world warmed, a new culture based on agriculture and sedentary dwelling emerged, which archaeologists have termed "Pre-Pottery Neolithic A" (abbreviated as PPNA). PPNA villages are characterized by small circular dwellings, burials of the dead within the floors of buildings, reliance
Bethphage, because it was situated between two other places on Long Island, Jericho (Jericho, New York) and Jerusalem (Wantagh, New York), just as the biblical town of Bethphage (meaning "house of figs") was situated between Jericho and Jerusalem in Israel. Today, the Long Island place formerly called Jerusalem is known as Wantagh and Island Trees (Island Trees Union Free School District), while the placename Jericho is unaltered. Over time, ''Bethpage'' was spelled
not state who his master was at the time, Bartimaeus says he was in the service of several notable Ancient Egyptian rulers, including Ramses and Nefertiti. When referring to the overthrow of Akhenaton, Bartimaeus says that Nefertiti never forgave him, suggesting that they had had a more friendly relationship than Bartimaeus had with most other humans. However, Bartimaeus has also had a penchant for exaggerating his achievements and minimizing his failures; his fellow djinni, especially rivals
an Egyptian invasion at the Battle of Yibneh on May 29, 1123. Eustace died soon after on June 15, 1123, and was replaced as Constable and Regent by William I of Bures. He was buried in Jerusalem at the Abbey of St. Maria Latina. birth_date birth_place - Born in Jericho, West Bank
and will have to make sure that wanted militants will remain in check. (Yahoo!)(BBC) * Anti-fascist protesters in the center of Riga, Latvia, end up in custody after trying to stop the annual march of Waffen-SS veterans and young radical nationalists. (BBC) The Hebrew Bible frequently notes the Israelites’ observance of Passover
name Murphyp289 thumb 250px thumb Jesus healing a blind man in Jericho, El Greco (File:El Greco - Christ Healing the Blind - WGA10420.jpg) The Christian Gospels state that Jesus of Nazareth (Jesus) passed through Jericho where he healed one
http: www.biblegateway.com passage ?search Luke+18:35&version NIV title A Blind Beggar Receives His Sight Luke 18:35 publisher Biblegateway.com date accessdate 31 March 2011 or two blind beggars and inspired a local chief tax-collector named Zacchaeus
to repent of his dishonest practices. The road between Jerusalem and Jericho is the setting for the Parable of the Good Samaritan After the fall of Jerusalem to Vespasian's armies in the Great Revolt of Judea in 70 CE, Jericho declined rapidly, and by 100 CE
and the Galilee which constitute a large portion of pre-1967 Israel ." Yediot Ahronot, May 29, 1994 thumb 250px Skara Brae (Image:Skara Brae house 9.jpg), Scotland. Europe's most complete Neolithic village The Neolithic, New Stone Age, was approximately characterized by the adoption of agriculture, the shift from food gathering to food producing in itself is one of the most revolutionary changes in human history so-called Neolithic Revolution
A (PPNA (Pre-Pottery Neolithic A))), which date to around 9,000 BC (and includes sites such as Jericho). This region, alongside Mesopotamia (which lies to the east of the Fertile Crescent, between the rivers Tigris and Euphrates), also saw the emergence of early complex societies (complex society) during the succeeding Bronze Age. There is also early evidence from the region for writing and the formation of state (Sovereign state)level societies. This has earned the region the nickname
to France, on the death of his spouse, withdrew to a wild spot in Quercy where he built a chapel in honour of the Blessed Virgin, near which he died a little later. But what she describes as ‘the triumph of eccentricity’ was the drawing room. Her father had recently visited the Holy Land and had brought back many things with the idea of creating what she describes as ‘a holy and uplifting room’. There was a continuous frieze of a painted landscape representing the journey from
'''Jericho''' ( Murphy-O'Connor, 1998, p. 288. Freedman et al., 2000, p. 689–671.
Archaeologists (Archaeology) have unearthed the remains of more than 20 successive settlements in Jericho, the first of which dates back 11,000 years (9000 BCE), "Jericho", Encyclopædia Britannica almost to the very beginning of the Holocene epoch of the Earth's history.
Jericho is described in the Hebrew Bible as the "City of Palm Trees". Copious springs in and around the city attracted human habitation for thousands of years. Bromiley, 1995, p. 715.