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Image of Antika Pottery Kit: Amphora
 

Antika Pottery Kit: Amphora

From the third century B.C. (the Hellenistic Period following the destruction of the First Temple, during which the Greeks occupied the Land), the Amphora jug-shaped pot is evidence of widespread trading of wine and oil conducted between all parts of...


 
Image of Antika Pottery Kit: Jerusalem
 

Antika Pottery Kit: Jerusalem

This little juglet-oil filler from the Hellenistic Period (330-37 B.C., when the Greeks occupied the Land after the destruction of the First Temple) actually plays a huge role in Jewish history... and modern life. According to legend, the Hellenistic...


 
Image of Antika Pottery Kit: Jordan Valley
 

Antika Pottery Kit: Jordan Valley

The Jordan Valley vessel with pierced handles is the oldest pot at The Bible Land Shop, dating from the Chalcolithic Period in the fourth millennium B.C. (thats 4,000-3,000 B.C.), way before the Patriarchs were even born. According to biblical timelines,


 
Image of Antika Pottery Kit: Megiddo
 

Antika Pottery Kit: Megiddo

The Carinated Bowl from the Middle Bronze Age (2000-1550 B.C.) is so named for its sharply angling shoulder, which resembles the keel of a ship (Latin carina). It is typical of the age of the Patriarchs, a period of refinement in pottery vessels, when...


 
Image of Antika Pottery Kit: Qumran
 

Antika Pottery Kit: Qumran

The original Jars of the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered in the summer of 1947 by a Bedouin boy who went climbing up a cliff near Qumran. Looking for a lost goat, he picked up a stone and tossed it into a cave... alas, no goat came scampering out, but...


 
Image of Antika Pottery Kit: Tel Qasile
 

Antika Pottery Kit: Tel Qasile

This bowl is a replica of an artifact found in the excavation of the Tel Qasil (ancient Tel Aviv) Philistine Temple. Bird-shaped bowls were common in the 11th century B.C. (the century that saw the Judges and the story of Ruth), when they were frequently











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