Become a Temple Mount archeologist for a day

By Kenes Christian Tours January 5, 2018

Visitors find rare hidden artifacts from Israel and beyond in hands-on sifting project

“And it shall come to pass … that the mountain of the LORD’S house shall be established in the top of the mountains, and shall be exalted above the hills; and all nations shall flow unto it.”(Isaiah 2: 2-4)

Shining light on the region

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Temple Mount Sifting. Courtesy of City of David archive.

With a single touch, pilgrims can reach back in time for a personal connection to the vast spirituality of Israel long ago. They can take part in exploring Jerusalem’s scare wonders of the past and the great temple of God, where Jesus preached and prayed.

 

 

 

Piecing together history

Discovered thus far at the Jerusalem site are building fragments, jewelry, beads, coins, figurines, arrowheads and ancient games. Inscriptions on stone and pottery have helped archeologists bring to light the true story of the Temple Mount. Researchers analyzing recovered floor tiles are working to recreate what Herod’s Temple Mount courts may have looked like. Along the way, new evidence will inevitably introduce new mysteries for future generations to solve.

 

To arrange this 90-minute private or group hunt for relics featuring a captivating archeologists’ introduction and large-screen sifting, contact Kenes Christian Tours. 

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