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The sixth-century A.D. Roman-gothic king built it to last
One of the most mysterious buildings in all of Western architecture—the tomb of Theoderic (454–526 C.E.), king of the Ostrogoths (see the sidebar to this article)—glowers at the end of a tree-lined avenue in Ravenna, Italy. The tomb’s heavy,...
Archaeology Odyssey, November/December 2003
Seeing the prophets differently
Christians typically view the Old Testament prophets as individualists, as religious geniuses and defiant rebels, driven by their own personal experiences with God, answering to no one,...
Bible Review, February 2003