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The road to Jerusalem

F. Thomas Noonan

The road to Jerusalem

pilgrimage and travel in the Age of Discovery

by F. Thomas Noonan

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Published by University of Pennsylvania Press in Philadelphia, PA .
Written in English


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StatementF. Thomas Noonan.
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LC ClassificationsG
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 328 p. ;
Number of Pages328
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22757366M
ISBN 109780812239942

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THE ROAD TO JERUSALEM covers his childhood and education at the Cistercian monastry of Varnhem. There he is taught the best of spiritual and worldly learning, as well as being trained to become a master archer and swordsman by the giant Brother The hero of this phenomenally successful historical trilogy is Arn Magnusson, born in to an 4/5.

“Destined to become a classic, The Road to Jerusalem is a brilliant, dramatic recreation of the medieval world.” —Sharon Kay Penman, New York Times bestselling author of Devil’s Brood Already an international sensation, The Road to Jerusalem by Jan Guillou is the epic story of the Knights Templar.A major bestseller in Europe—with more than two million copies sold in Sweden alone /5().

Swedish author Jan Guillou follows up the highly acclaimed The Road to Jerusalem with the second book in his Knights Templar Knight Templar follows Arn's adventures in the Holy Land, where he discovers that the infidel Saracens aren't as brutish and uncivilized as he had been led to believe, and that in fact there is another, darker side to the teaching of the Cistercians.

The Road to Jerusalem: Book One of the Crusades Trilogy Paperback – April 13 by Jan Guillou (Author) out of 5 stars ratings. Book 1 of 4 in the Crusades Trilogy Series.

See all 21 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price /5(). There is another type of ancient road: the road on which Jews would travel during their Jerusalem pilgrimage.

One such pilgrim road can be found at an upward pass at Beit Horon, about 10 miles northwest of Jerusalem, according to BAR columnists Yotam Tepper and Yigal Tepper (who are son and father, respectively).

This road is comprised of curved rock-cut steps measuring feet wide. The information about The Road to Jerusalem shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.

In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. If you are the publisher or author of this book and feel. The Road to Jerusalem (), ISBN the first book in the series; The Knight Templar (), ISBN the second book in the series; The Kingdom at the End of the Road (), ISBN the third book in the series; The Heritage of Arn (), ISBN sequel to the trilogy; References.

The first book in the trilogy, The Road to Jerusalem, which has done very well in Europe also, is now available in English to American readers. The title may be somewhat of a misnomer, with an emphasis on "road to," as the main characters never even make it near to the Holy Land/5(5).

"The Road to Jerusalem" is the fifth episode in the podcast series by Prof. Jean-Pierre Isbouts, based on his National Geographic book "In the Footsteps of Jesus.” It describes the motives that prompted Jesus to move from his ministry in Galilee to staging a sermon in the forecourt of the Temple during Passover.

Driving up the main road from the airport or Tel Aviv into the mountains, Jerusalem welcomes you with an inspiring blend of old and new. Inthe city unveiled the new "Jerusalem Chords Bridge" - a high tech lightrail bridge over the city entrance that is built to the style and shape of a harp, the famous musical instrument of Israel's great King David.

Book Summary: The title of this book is The Road to Jerusalem and it was written by Jan Guillou. This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $Pages:   Road to Jerusalem Excellent.

Well written and quite historically accurate. As soon as this one was read, couldn't wait to read the next two. By the way, this is part one of a trilogy. About to finish book three now and will probably have trouble finding something else /5(99).

T he Crusades were a major development on the medieval European scene, but their effect was, in the end, ephemeral. The forces of Christendom conquered Jerusalem in Julybut losses piled up after that. InJerusalem fell to the resurgent forces of Islam under Saladin, and, inChristians had to abandon their last stronghold in Palestine.

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The book follows the fictional character of Arn Magnusson from his birth and until he sets off to Jerusalem. Whatever is unavailable in Baka itself can be found on nearby Emek Refaim or in the Talpiot Industrial Zone, five minutes away by car.

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The Road to Jerusalem, Compact Disc [CD] by Various Artists/5(4). The Road To Jerusalem () About book: Nordic or Saxon-based fantasy or historical novels, when written by those outside of the respective countries, tend to turn into a gamut of stereotypical scenarios involving ale and whore houses, lootin' and pillagin', and some booze fueled mano a mano manly combat, with some barbaric execution and torture practices thrown in for good measure.

Road to Jerusalem - Behold in now New song recorded in Starstruck studio, Copenhagen this April and mixed by Tue Madsen in Antfarm Studios .The book of 1 Maccabees mentions a location called Emmaus, Superimposed on the photograph is the approximate route of the Emmaus-Jerusalem road marked in red.

Part of the route is hidden from view as the road descends into the valley as it approaches Qalunya. The Roman Road.The Road to Jerusalem - Book 1 in the Crusades Trilogy. Arn Magnusson, born into an aristocratic Swedish family, is raised in an old monastery because of an old promise made by his mother.

From the start he shows the natural skill and aptitude of a born fighter, yet despite his strength he is innocent in the ways of the world/5().