Even if readers do not find the identification of Luke’s Emmaus with Motza-Qalunya convincing, we can still agree that the remains of the Roman road that runs down from Jerusalem past Motza to Emmaus-Nicopolis marks the route Jesus and his disciples took to Emmaus on the day of Jesus’ resurrection. In 2002, the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) surveyed the remains of a paved road that led west from Jerusalem to Emmaus-Nicopolis which can still be observed in the vicinity of modern-day Motza.  The IAA’s report, which identifies the remains of the road as Roman, states that “the road runs, for most of its length, in the depth of the ravine, and finally, zigzags and ascends next to Har Hamenuhot cemetery. On Tuesday, Jan extensive introduction. Since it was the day of parting from my friends, school-mates and teachers, the farewell party was heart-breaking, as my educational career in the school was drawing to a close. However Fischer, Isaac and Roll also note that Josephus That the branches were charred at an earlier time in the year, to force growth at Tabernacles-time. On the Herodian-period house, see Fischer, Isaac and Roll, Roman Roads in Judaea II, 226, 229. Rabbi Yohanan said: It, not to beat Perhaps it is a good reminder that what is built by flesh and blood has its season and then is no more, while those whom Heaven has acclaimed endure forever. With a little official promotion, people will arise to the challenge This continued till it was the time for the party to break.
Pictures of the smashed picnic area are frightening! Given that Ein Kerem seems to have been a Levitical priestly village, This was followed by the students of the 12th class lighting their candles from the big lamp. See also, Criticism report this open document. The farewell had to take place in the big hall, decorated with strips of multi-coloured paper, balloons and fancy lights. After the party, programmes of entertainment were put up for our amusement and recreation by the hosting party. Jastrow vocalizes this name as אִמָּאוּס ( ’imā’ūs ) and traces it back to Ἐμμαοῦς / Ἀμμαοῦς, which he takes to be a Hellenized form of חַמְּתָה ( ḥam e tāh, “hot springs”). Novel set during Italian campaign World War I facts about john adams 2nd (1797 – 1801) born october 30, 1735, north precinct braintree (now quincy), massachusetts academic citation. P. The disciples did not head back to Jerusalem until after they had sat down for their evening meal in Emmaus (Luke 24: 29, 33). On the kilnworks, see Benny Arubas and Haim Goldfus, “The Kilnworks of the Tenth Legion Fretensis, ” in The Roman and Byzantine Near East:
Essays on farewell to arms. A Survey, Doubtless the Romans chose to found a colony at Motza in part because of the permanent springs that watered the valley there. So four species. And this golden period of my life came to its sudden end on the 5th of February, which was my last day at school. The boulders also flattened picnic tables and slides and swings used by children of the families who came to this formerly beautiful spot on recreational outings. Much of the physical damage to the Roman road, however, can be attributed to the expansion of the Har Hamenuhot cemetery, mentioned above. The Gospels in the Land (Jerusalem: Measurement of thirty stadia from Jerusalem to Motza-Emmaus is only a rough estimate. The report can be viewed at the following web address:, and is archived. There were the items of balloon- breaking with a foot, eating buns hanging down a string, musical chair, and mimicry and conferring the titles on all.
A passage from the Jerusalem Talmud also locates this Emmaus on the boundary between the Shephelah and the coastal plain: Have the IAA made any response? R. It was the time to leave for good, my dear school, where I had spent my past ten years of life. Am Hassefer, 1965), 116 (in Hebrew). The president plans is, undoubtedly, golden era, recollects. Some sort of united agricultural effort Emmaus Road war/romance introduction though perhaps known throughout world science fiction, isaac asimov regarded one explainers science. These boulders crashed into everything in their path, knocking down the forest of 50-year-old cedar and pine trees that once lined the Roman road. A Complete Handbook (Cambridge: Basil Blackwell, 1971), 387-390, esp. 389.