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“Purim and the Persian Empire: A Historical, Archaeological, & Geographical Perspective” by Yehuda Landy


Arne Halbakken
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I would recommend adding “Purim and the Persian Empire: A Historical, Archaeological, & Geographical Perspective” (Feldheim Publishers, Jerusalem: 2010) by Yehuda Landy as a module for Accordance.

 

Here is the description from the jacket: “Enter the fascinating world of the Persian Empire: the magnificent palaces, sumptuous accoutrements, and luxurious gardens and orchards. Megillas Esther is your guidebook to discovering what life was like in the period between the two Batei Hamikdash / Holy Temples.

 

”Rabbi Yehuda Landy, tamid chacham and archaeology expert, presents a historical, archaeological, and geographical perspective on the Book of Esther, through artifacts, maps, and breathtaking photographs. You will be awestruck as you see the Megillah come to life.

 

”Read the Megillah as you never read it before - understand it as you never understood it before. Purim and the Persian Empire takes you back to the days of Mordechai and Esther, Achashverosh and Haman, while bringing you forward to a deeper appreciation of the beloved Purim story.

 

”This volume includes the complete Megillah / Book of Esther in Hebrew and English.”

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ps, thanks for requesting this. 

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