May human crap be the key of Jesus' youth in Nazareth?
The archaeological excavation suggests that Roman Nazareth lived according to strict Jewish laws
Nazareth shows the Church of the Annunciation, under which are the hiding places that Jewish militants used during their uprisings against the Romans
Nazareth shows the Church of the Annunciation, under which are the hiding places, the Jewish militants during their uprisings against the R …
NEW archaeological evidence from Nazareth suggests that the city where Jesus grew up was religiously very conservative and probably very anti-Roman.
An archaeological survey by a British archaeologist, Dr. Ken Dark, conducted by the University of Reading and funded by the Palestine Exploration Fund, shows that Nazareth, with up to 1,000 residents, was significantly larger than previously thought.
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