When you read the story of Jericho, some prominent landmarks and one of the first victories as they entered the Promised Land was the city of Jericho, across the Jordan River. Description from michaelsguardian.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

When you read the story of Jericho, some prominent landmarks and one of the first victories as they entered the Promised Land was the city of Jericho, across the Jordan River. Description from michaelsguardian.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

When you read the story of Jericho, some prominent landmarks and one of the…

Ancient Jericho at the end of the Bronze Age.

Archeological excavations reveal that Jericho was violently destroyed sometime toward the end of the Bronze Age. The walls seem to have been thrown down by sudden force, as if by an earthquake.

Drawing of the city of Jericho, across the Jordan River

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