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Part I

Caesarea to Tel Megiddo

Ruin of Roman theatre at Caesarea where Paul gave his testimony

before Festus, King Agrippa and Bernice (Acts 26:1-32)

Looking down from Mount Carmel where Elijah triumphed over the prophets of Baal (I Kings 18), overlooking the Jezreel Valley

Tel (or mound) Megiddo. "Armageddon" is a corrupt spelling of the Hebrew "Har-megiddo" which means "mountain of Megiddo." (Rev. 16:16)
Sarah Blattner demonstrates the size of a manger at Tel Megiddo, probably like the manger where they lay the infant Jesus. She said she fit it better two years ago.
Example of an ancient city gate where elders met to make legal decisions, Tel Megiddo

Beautiful wildflowers growing in the Galilee.

Page 2 of pictures

"The Mount Which Cannot be Touched"

Edited on 11/6/08.