Kathryn Gleason

Project Director of the Excavation of Herod's Promontory Palace

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Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at Cornell University and Project Director of the Excavation of Herod's Promontory Palace at Caesarea with Professor Ehud Netzer of Hebrew University

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Herod the Great  expanded the  Second Jewish Temple  and built the walls of the old city of Jerusalem.  The Romans appointed him King of the Jews in 40 BC.  The Christian  Gospel of…

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