Desenvolvido por:   Tel Aviv University

  • Professor Oded  Lipschits, Ph.D.

    Ministrado por:    Professor Oded Lipschits, Ph.D., Director, Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology

    Jacob M. Alkow Department of Archaeology and Near Eastern Cultures
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English, Legendas: Spanish, Arabic
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Avaliado em 4.4 de 5 decorrente de 63 avaliações

La historia cuando es contada de forma amena, te permite un viaje al pasado y en ese viaje revisar los errores y aciertos que permanece en nuestro diario hacer. La historia no es solo conocimiento adquirido es hacer de ese conocimiento herramienta que te ayude a crecer en el presente y proyectar en el futuro.

The course was well presented and went in depth into the issues surrounding the kingdom of Judah and the city of Jerusalem during a tumultuous time in the 7th and 6th centuries BC.

very good

I had to keep pausing the videos because he kept rushing through the material. The notes that appeared on the sides were very hopeful, but rarely stayed on the screen long enough for me to write down the first note! It was very informative and interesting.

I WOULD recommend this to someone else, however I really wish that the notes stayed on the screen either as he talks (until he gets to a new topic. EX. Egypt VS. Babylon- the whole topic of Egypt VS. Babylon the notes for it are on the side of the screen. When it gets to the next topic-- say Neo-Babylonians, the notes for that topic appear ), or just long enough for people to read the notes and copy them down.



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