HOLY LAND UNCOVERED | The Kidron Valley begins on the outskirts of Jerusalem's old city on the Mount of Olives and sloped down to the Judean desert. It is mentioned not only in the Hebrew bible, but in the new testament. Our Uri Shapira has the story.
Many sites in the holy land have a luxurious mausoleum which are dedicated to a Muslim, Christian or Roman figure. However, these three impressive monuments are associated with Jewish characters. This is the Kidron Valley
Perhaps the most striking monument here is the Tomb of Absalom: carved out of rock, and this monument is around 19 meters high. Absalom is described as the rebel son of Kind David, who forced David to flee and almost took over the United Israeli Kingdo. In the book of Samuel Absalom orders the construction of a huge monument to himself. In 2003, Anthropologist Joe Zias from the Hebrew University deciphered an inscription on Absalom’s tomb which emphasis the theory that it is where Zechariah, father of John the Baptist, is buried, and perhaps other figures from the New Testament as well.
Joe Zias, anthropologist from science and archaeology at Hebrew University says,"This finding is very important to Christianity and I think to the history of Jerusalem as well. Because first of all we know the existence, for literary sources at least of these tombs and of these individuals, but we never knew exactly where they were buried and now we have evidence going back to the 4th century that perhaps this was the tomb of Zachariah, Shimon, and we hope that perhaps James as well."
The third monument is "Zecheriah’s Tomb" and as opposed to the other monuments, it is completely carved out of solid rock. The tomb is dated to the late Hellenistic period. But tradition ties this site to one of the tragic stories of the bible, a story mentioned in the book of Chronicles.
Right below the Mouth of Olives, The Kidron Valley was a substantial burial sites for Jews and Christians. It is also mentioned in the New Testament as one of the areas Jesus passed on his way to Bethany. One way or another, it is one of the most interesting and remarkable burial sites in the Holy Land
The translation of the Torah was started in
1955 and completed in 1962. Nevi'im was
published in 1978 and Ketuvim in 1984. The
entire Tanakh was revised and published in
one volume in 1985, and a bilingual Hebrew-
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Jewish tradition: tomb for body, nipish for soul.
Nipish = soul, body are separated.
*Kedron valley/Josephat Valley or Kings valley
Mentioned in BK of Samuel when David has to fllee his rebelious son abolam.
Mentioned in Kings when Solomontells chinee he has to stay put can't cross border. Absolam's tomb: abolam's place he was also a son of King David. BK of Samuel.
ZACAHRIAH father of John Baptist also buied here
*Tomb of Son's of Hazir for family fm 2nd temple period: Nehemiah and Chronicles signed covenant of Nehemiah.
*Zachariah in Chronicles carved of rock. Story that Zachariah told Israelis outrageous story that Israel will fail. was stoned. In this place.
Below garden of olives:. Burial site
@Suzanne Baruch Listen Suzanne BIAAATCHHH!!! I know it's difficult and I know that it's hard for you to accept it. the fact that you probably are living in one of those settlement that your government stole from the palestinians and you're getting a check every month like everybody else, gas tickets,And there giving you food tickets, just for you to live in this settlements that were stolen from the palestinians so therefore you have to fight against people like me that talks the truth I know that.... but that does not take away that everything I'm telling you is true and if I were you... which I will never be like you, I'll Rather die then be a piece of sheet like U.... but I can understand it you have to always fight against was right in understanding,AND admitting the truth... which is holy land is Palestine dumb a**
@Suzanne Baruch Actually I didn't but if it is in Wikipedia entry that means that everything I'm telling you is true and therefore you stole the land and you never were there in Jesus time ignoring Jew lady🤣🤣🤣
Abnel Rashid: you copied what you posted from the Wikipedia entry for "Jewish English Bible Translations." What it's talking about are the many ENGLISH translations of the Tanakh. Your UNRWA-built schools never taught you how to think, did they? 😂
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