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The Mysteries of Archaeology Package by Aaron Lipkin – Exploring the Ancient Biblical Landmarks

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New Archaeology Book From Adam Zertal and Aaron LIpkin: A Nation Born - The Altar on Mt Ebal

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Sisera's Secret - An Archaeological Saga Exploring the Song of Deborah and the Mystery of Israel's Clash with the Sea People

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The Mysteries of Archaeology Package

Exploring the Ancient Biblical Landmarks

by Aaron Lipkin

  1. Sisera’s Secret – The Archaeological Saga Exploring the Song of Deborah and Israel’s Clash With the Sea Peoples
  2. A Nation is Born: The Altar on Mount Ebal and the Birth of Israel
  3. Aaron Lipkin – Live at the Rocky Mountain Prophecy Conference – Ancient Footsteps 

Sisera’s Secret

Who was Sisera in the Bible? Who was the “Lost Tribe?” What is the real story behind the Song of Deborah? 

A large, previously unknown ruined city, el-Ahwat, was discovered in a dense thicket in Israel in 1992. Although it was founded in Canaan during the period of the Israelite settlement 3,200 years ago, it’s unique structures are foreign to the cultures of the Middle East of that time period. Who were its mysterious inhabitants? Where did they come from and why did they suddenly abandon the city, a city they had built at great expense and effort?

Sisera’s Secret is a fascinating historical=archaeological journey which attempts to solve these mysteries. It takes you to ancient Egypt and Syria and to modern Sardinia and Corsica. The Tribes of Israel clash with the mysterious Sea Peoples—ancient empires collapse—and a “Lost Tribe”—the Shardana suddenly appear in Canaan. Their warriors, wearing horned helmets, illuminate some of the most import events in the history of the People of Israel—the critical battle of the prophetess Deborah, and Barak, the son of Avinoam against one named Sisera, and his chariot armies.

Adam Zertal, the well-known Israeli archaeologist, tells the story of one of the most interesting scientific discoveries of our generation in clear and understandable terms and exposes hidden layers in the ancient history of the Land of Israel!

A Nation is Born 

Three years ago the Prophecy Watchers stood on this exact spot in Israel . . . in awe of the ancient footprints on which we were walking. History came alive! What an experience to be at ground level with the ancient Israelites, who were exiting Egypt and heading to the Promised Land. Aaron Lipkin, son of our long-time friend from Israel, Avi Lipkin, made it a personal mission to help publish Zertal’s extraordinary discovery and publish it for all the world to see. Ironically, Professor Zertal lectured our group on our trip to Israel.
 
Professor Adam Zertal (1936-2015) was an Israeli Professor of Archaeology at the University of Haifa. He is recognized for discovering Joshua’s (stone) Altar, which Moses commanded the Israelites to build atop Mount Ebal to worship the LORD (Joshua 8). The site is also where the tribes carried out the ceremony of the Blessings and the Curses (Deuteronomy 27-28).
 
Zertal summarizes the long process of his discovery and excavation of the Altar site. He clearly explains his rationale and analysis of the data concerning the truth of a literal entry of the Israelites into the Land of Canaan; the birth of Ancient Israel and the subsequent development of the new nation. A Nation Born is a compelling saga covering more than two decades of Professor Zertal’s life and his work in the Heartland of Israel, Judea and Samaria. This is as much a professional record as it is a personal memoir of his adventures and discoveries. including the triumphs and challenges.

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$39.95 (Save $25.00) 

2 Books and a Bonus DVD