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Known for extensive building throughout the Holy Land -- he rebuilt and expanded the Second Temple in Jerusalem, the desert fortress of Masada, as well as the port city of Caesarea and the Herodium, where he is believed to have been buried -- Herod is ...
Pack Your Imagination. We're Off To Herodium And A Clown Motel
David Plotz of the travel website Atlas Obscura tells us about two more of his favorite unlikely parts of the world: Herodium in the Israeli-occupied West Bank and a clown-themed motel in Nevada.
PE teacher Mr Jones is named as a rugby hero at stadium
BIRCHWOOD High School sporting stalwart Darren Jones has been recognised with a NatWest Real Rugby Heroes Award. He has been head of physical education at the Parsonage Lane secondary in Stortford for two decades and received his England ...
Was Herod's Tomb Indeed Uncovered in Herodium?
Herodium was one of Herod's estates. Prolonged excavations at the site, by various expeditions, had uncovered an upper fortified palace on the hill top and a lower palace at its bottom. A straight monumental stairway, running diagonally relative to the ...
The Herodium, Home of the Most Reviled Monarch in Judea
At Herodium , which King Herod built shortly after he began ruling Judea in 37 CE and where he was famously buried in 4 BCE, you'll find yourself literally inside some of the most amazing architecture in the ancient world.

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