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P118 Latest Results of Geophysical–Archaeological Investigations at the Christian Archaeological Investigations at the Christian Archaeological Site Emmaus-Nicopolis (Central Israel) L.V. Eppelbaum (Tel Aviv University) & S.E. Itkis* (Ben Gurion University Be'er-Sheva Israel) SUMMARY Christian archaeological site Emmaus-Nicopolis is well known in the ancient and Biblical history. The site located halfway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv first built in the 5th century over the site believed to be the place where Jesus appeared to two of his disciples after his resurrection. Detailed magnetic investigations were carried out at this site and several magnetic anomalies were revealed. Modern quantitative analysis and 3-D

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2007-06-11
2020-08-13
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