“What are you looking for?” (John 1,38). Jesus’ first words invite hearers of the Gospel into a journey of discovery: Who is Jesus? What does his presence signify for the
Starting this year, the Theological Faculty of Northern Italy is organizing a residential archaeology course in Jerusalem. The program offers students an intensive course on the archaeology of the Southern Levant, in the context of a community living experience at the Maronite convent in Jerusalem, in the heart of the Old City. Day trips are planned for the South, with special focus on the Dead Sea region and the Negev desert. A period in the North will also be organized, with overnights in Nazareth and by the Lake, for knowledge of Galilee. The strength of the course is the plurality of lecturers, expressions of different schools and often responsible for excavations or authors of relevant publications. Classroom lectures will alternate with excursions to major archaeological sites. Lectures and visits will be mainly in Italian. The 2023 edition will take place from June 28 to July 19. The idea is to repeat the initiative annually. To learn more see link.
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