Jerusalem in the Time of Nehemiah By: Leen Ritmeyer, Kathleen Ritmeyer
Nehemiah was the great reformer who rallied the people to repair the walls of Jerusalem that were broken down in the Babylonian destruction of 586 B.C. In this book, we are first immersed in the historical background to the time of Nehemiah. Then, in an imaginative reconstruction, one of the builders of the walls (a Tekoite) leads us around the city and shows us the great work accomplished in those stirring times.
The primary focus of the book, however, is a detailed archaeological tour of Nehemiah’s Jerusalem. Profusely illustrated with photographs of a recently constructed model, the book also contains rare photographs of archaeological remains extant from the period.
Soft Cover, 72 pages, 8.2x10.7 in. (21x27 cm)
Plans Maps Full Color Reconstruction
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