City of the book.
Located just outside Jerusalem.
The novelist’s sole work of nonfiction.
Accompanied by massive social pathologies that it can neither contain nor reverse, the emerging secular order is itself unsustainable.
Helena and Izates of Adiabene.
The coins are the clue.
A synagogue twice destroyed.
The New York Times decries attempts to “Judaize” Jerusalem.
The Old City, Hebrew University, and the Western Wall.
Cisterns and the Sea of Solomon.