Archaeological Pathway:

Introduction:

The objects left behind by the ancients leave stories untold, yet give us evidence of not only their existence but also their way of life. Ranging from food containers, markings to depict stories, clothing, jewlery, and tools to herd animals and make canals for water. Watch as this course brings a new meaning to the findings of Biblical artifacts.  The pathway is set up breaking down time periods before Christ and After Christ's death.  We will be covering findings that help us piece together the reality of who and how individuals lived that make up what we know as the Bible today.  Historical facts indicate how people groups lived.  These facts gives us insight into how we validate and understand the Bible as true today.  

 

Courses:


01 - Biblical Archaeology up to 1300 BC


 


02 - Biblical Archaeology 1300 - 1050 BC


 


03 - Biblical Archaeology 1022 - 933 BC


 


04 - Biblical Archaeology 933 - 722 BC


 


05 - Biblical Archaeology 722 - 169 BC


 


06 - Biblical Archaeology 167 - 40 BC


 


07 - Biblical Archaeology 37 - 4 BC


 


08 - Biblical Archaeology 6 - 65 AD


 


09 - Biblical Archaeology 66 - 73 AD


 


10 - Biblical Archaeology 90 - 570 AD


 


11 - Biblical Archaeology 570 - 661 AD


 


12 - Biblical Archaeology 661 - 1094 AD


 


13 - Biblical Archaeology 1095 - 1099 AD


 


14 - Biblical Archaeology 1099 - 1187 AD


 


15 - Biblical Archaeology 1188 - 1229 AD


 


16 - Biblical Archaeology 1230 - 1291 AD


 


17  - Biblical Archaeology 1291 - 1798 AD


 


18 - Biblical Archaeology 1799 - 1881 AD


 


19 - Biblical Archaeology 1882 - 1913 AD


 


20 - Biblical Archaeology 1914 - 1928 AD


 


21 - Biblical Archaeology 1929 - 1938 AD


 


22 - Biblical Archaeology 1939 - 1947 AD


 


23 - Biblical Archaeology 1947 - 1949 AD


 


24 - Biblical Archaeology 1949 - 1966 AD


 


25 - Biblical Archaeology 1967 - 1973 AD


 


26 - Biblical Archaeology 1974 - 2000 AD


 


27 - Biblical Archaeology 2000 - 2018 AD


 

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