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Additional Resources

Exhibition Lenders:

Israel Antiquity Authority:
www.antiquities.org.il

The Israel Museum, Jerusalem: 
www.english.imjnet.org.il

Pontifical Biblical Institute, Jerusalem:
www.biblico.it/jerusalem

 

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