The destruction of the First Temple in Jerusalem and the Babylonian Exile were a great catastrophe in the history of the Jewish Nation.
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The course was well presented and went in depth into the issues surrounding the kingdom of Judah and the city of Jerusalem during a tumultuous time in the 7th and 6th centuries BC.
Very interesting course with loads of new insights. not just the Fall and Rise of Jerusalem as the title would imply but also about the geo political situation in the region.
Professor Lipschits and the other lecturers were exceptional with their presentations. I enjoyed the course very much and learned a lot. Thanks to Tel Aviv university.
The course is a very welcome addition to some of the others dealing with the ancient near east especially those dealing with the bible, historical jerusalem and so on
Excellent combination of materiel from archaeological studies and the Bible. gives a much clearer understanding of how the identity of the Jewish people came about.
Facinating study of a period that was relatively unknown. The information and insight gained makes the reading of the Biblical books more understandable.
The only thing I'd change is syning the volume of the verbal, with that of the music. I listen to the lecture on 6, but the music is too loud on 2.
This course was awesome.I learned a lot of new things about archaeology and how the people who wrote the Bible viewed and interpreted events.
Full of great things, backed by archeological and biblical information. I really enjoyed taking this class.
super difficult but really interesting! loved every second. worth the effort and the time I put into it
I love this course. I especially want to witness more adventures of Shimon the Sheep in future courses!
Excellent course very recommended, together with the book , to whom is interested in the subject.
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