Tours

  • 2018 May 13

    Tour | Research Trip to Germany

    (All day)

    On 13 May, members of "Beyond the Elite" research group went on a five-day research trip to Germany. This visit allowed us to study the archaeological sites that contain evidence of Jewish existence from the Middle Ages, and meet some of the leading scholars of the field. On each of the days we visited different cities:

    13 May - Erfurt

    14 May - Trier

  • 2017 Nov 13

    Tour I Augusta Victoria Compound

    11:25am

    Location: 

    Augusta Victoria

    The team has visited the Augusta Victoria Compound to see the "Luther and the Jews" exhibition which it is now hosting. The exhibition examines art and a variety of written sources (both Jewish and Christian) related to Jews and Luther from the Reformation to the Modern Period. 

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  • 2017 Oct 18

    Tour | Museum of Italian Jewish Art

    Lecturer: 

    Ms. Rachel Berkovitz
    (All day)

    Location: 

    Museum of Italian Jewish Art Jerusalem

    To celebrate the opening of the new academic year, the ERC team visited the Museum of Italian Jewish art. We closely examined different objects, Judaica and other items, with an emphasis on the role they each played in the daily lives of a wide diversity of people.

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  • 2017 Sep 04

    Tour | Tower of David

    (All day)

    Location: 

    Tower of David Jerusalem

    To celebrate the opening of the new academic year, the ERC team toured the Tower of David in the the Old City of Jerusalem. The tour focused on the different archeological and historical layers visible in the Tower of David complex, with an emphasis on the Middle-Ages.

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  • 2017 Jun 07

    Tour | Jerusalem Old-City

    Lecturer: 

    Dr. Neta Bodner, HUJI
    (All day)

    Location: 

    Jerusalem Old-City by Dr. Neta Bodner

    Dr. Neta Bodner took the ERC team members and participants of the course "Urban Centers and Urban Life in Medieval Europe" on a tour to the old city. Following the course's theme of medieval urban spaces and cities, we visited the Holy Sepulchre and the bell-tower of the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer.