Beit She'arim, A Landmark of Jewish Renewal (2017)

Holy Places introduces you to the Bet She'Arim { bEhT/ shEH / AI- Reem } National Park, as well as the history of Jewish settlement of the time, the history of its inhabitants, their ... See full synopsis »

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Yanai Arfi

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Holy Places introduces you to the Bet She'Arim { bEhT/ shEH / AI- Reem } National Park, as well as the history of Jewish settlement of the time, the history of its inhabitants, their actions and also their great faith. Bet She'Arim, which in Hebrew means the House of Two Gates, was founded in the late 1st century before Christian time during the reign of King Herod, and reached its peak in Roman times. In 351, the city endured considerable suffering during the crushing of the Jewish revolt against Gallus Caesar. He was at the time the ruler of the East, under the orders of Emperor Constantine II. Then the city declined and was abandoned at the beginning of Arab domination in the seventh century. We will begin our visit by the necropolis of Bet She'Arim. Today in our first episode we will begin our visit by the Necropolis of Bet She'Arim. Added to the list of World Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2015, the Necropolis of Bet She'Arim, was a hotbed of Jewish renewal. This necropolis, ...

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USA

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English | French | Spanish

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1 July 2017 (USA) See more »

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$110,000 (estimated)
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