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The holy land was significantly placed as a land bridge between Africa and Asia. Film crews that coming to make their documentary in Israel often surprised of how much this power has maintained and how strong they can experience the fascinating narratives and the milieu of the biblical period. We will take you to the places and guide you with your research by providing the archeological and historical information for understanding the land of Palestine from the period you are interested in.
All the nations who concuered occupied and lived in the holyland have left their mark. There are 3500 registered archaeological sites in Israel.Sites such as Hatzor,Avdat,and Arad in theNgev, Caesarea on the Mediterranean, Masada in the Judaen desert and Tel Dan in northern Galalilee at one of the sources of the Jordan have all been excavated by Israeli archeologist working through the Israel Department of Antiquities. Sites from all periouds has been excavated starting as early as a Neolithic site in Jerico(about 7500 bc) and Chalcolithic sites in the Golan Heights and Mount Carmel(about 6000 bc).
Facinating examples of life in Jerusaelem from the first temple period to Roman times can be seen in the old city of Jerusalem ans its environs.Excavations on the sothern side of the Temple mount have revealed continuous settlement dating back to the time of King Solomon and forward to the times of the Umayyad Caliphs of the 8th century AD,who build palaces there. Reconstruction work in the Jewish quarter has reveald excavations dating back to the first temple period The Roman city of Jerusalem as it looked in Herod's day has been reconstructed in miniature and can be filmed in the Isrea museum. We will sort out payment and permission for you Since the si Xday war many sites of Jewish and Christian interest have been found on the Golan hight, dating from the second temple period and continuing right into byzantine times this has been partly restored. We will assist you in fiming in Synagogues, Talmudic academics and early churches and monasteries