I'm excited to announce a major new upgrade to the Bible Lands PhotoGuide. With more than 400 new photos and improvements to the quality of many existing ones, this third edition of the PhotoGuide now offers more than 1600 high-resolution photos with in depth annotations.
The articles on Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Caesarea, Caesarea Philippi, Dan, Elah, Gibeon, Nazareth, Capernaum, Masada, Rome, and more have all been extensively updated. The article on Jerusalem includes photos of recent discoveries such as a Canaanite water-tunnel dating to the same period as Warren's shaft, the so-called palace of David, and the possible first-century location of the Pool of Siloam. Additional photos of the Second Temple model help flesh out what the various excavation sites would have looked like in the first century. And a new article on Flora explains the biblical significance of plants such as olive trees, figs, acacia trees, grape vines, wheat, and mustard seeds. Here are a few of the new photos which are included:
Model of Herod's Temple
Herod's palace at Masada was richly decorated with colorful frescoes. New photos such as this one bring that opulence to life.
Worship Center of the Golden Calf at Tell Dan
PhotoGuide 3 is available on our new Graphics DVD, along with our Atlas and Timeline. Upgrade pricing is available for those who own the first or second editions of the PhotoGuide.