The Hidden Scroll: An Archeological Adventure
Xlibris Corporation, 5. nov. 2009 - 376 sider
Visit the authors ́s website at WWW.ANOUCHI.ORG The Hidden Scroll is an historical novel spanning from 1930 to 2015 on an archaeology professor whose passion is the search for ancient parchments and artifacts from the time of the second Temple of Jerusalem and the Maccabeean revolt. He encounters obstacles by a radical Islamist organization dedicated to undermine the Jewish claim to the land of Israel – obstacles that include murders, kidnappings, spies, suicide bombers and forged parchments in Rome, Paris, Oran, Buenos Aires, Dusseldorf, Istanbul and archaeological excavations in Israel. The search yields ancient parchments in Israel, Brazil, Tibet and Mount Sinai. It ends with two most unexpected and dramatic discoveries in a new excavation site in Israel. REVIEWS: “This spell binding mystery is rooted in biblical archeology, an expertise of the author. He makes the subject come to life, this reader found to be inspiring. Take ‘The Hidden Scroll’ on your next airplane trip. It is a guarantee against boredom, even if the plane fails to arrive on time.” Professor Joseph W. Eaton, GSPIA, University of Pittsburgh. “Avraham Anouchi offers us a mystery that joins together history and archaeology against the background of the Arab-Israeli conflict. The story is vivid in its descriptions and characterizations.” Professor Alex Orbach, Director of Jewish Studies, University of Pittsburgh. Visit the authors ́s website at WWW.ANOUCHI.ORG
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