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Reviled by the Bible and targeted for destruction by King Hezekiah and King Josiah, the religious sanctuaries called bamot played an important role in Israelite religion
Well, one thing it’s not—or at least not only—is a high place. Jerome’s fourth-century Latin translation of the Bible (called the Vulgate) rendered bamah as excelsus, which led to the popular English translation “high place.”...
Biblical Archaeology Review, May/June 1994
The city of Ravenna has endured as a shimmering monument to late antique art and civilization—the imperial tombs, the palace...
Bible Review, February 1994