Lost Treasures of the Ancient World: Ancient Jerusalem Trailer

Lost Treasures of the Ancient World: Ancient Jerusalem Trailer (1999)

01 January 1999

Using innovative 3D graphics, computer animation, reconstructions and location footage, this fascinating video transports viewers to Jerusalem to visit some of its most sacred sites. On the itinerary are the holy city's famous walls and its central edifice, the Temple -- which once housed the Ark of the Covenant. Archaeologist Richard Andrews and professor Martin Godman of the Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies offer their insights.

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