New RAD Web Design

Thanks to our web designer we have been able to revamp our website and we hope you like the new design. A reconstruction drawing of the Eastern Wall of the Herodian Temple Mount with the Temple appears in the header, which we plan to eventually rotate with other designs.

The upgrade is not meant to be a pretty face only, but we hope to put more information on the site. We have started with our new Showcase, giving you an idea of the projects we have been involved in over the last few years. Please have a look …

We also plan to list reviews of books, movies and software which we have found particularly helpful for students of Biblical Archaeology.

We are even more excited about putting up an archive with photographs of archaeological sites and reconstruction models and also, of course, reconstruction drawings. Thumbnails of the illustrations will be available for all to see, with an option to buy low resolution pictures for Powerpoint presentations and high resolution ones for publishers.

Many of you have asked why Vols. 2 and 3 are missing from the list of available CD-ROMs. Well, you won’t have to wonder much longer, as we are about to release these volumes. Volume 2 is called Jerusalem in the time of Christ:

Cover for Volume 2: Jerusalem in the time of Christ

Volume 3 is called The Ark of the Covenant – Its Journey from Sinai to Jerusalem, and we will let you know as soon as they are available.

Cover for Volume 3: The Ark of the Covenant - Its Journey from Sinai to Jerusalem

Many years ago, we produced slide sets on these subjects and now the time has come to go digital. Whereas the two slide sets contained only 36 slides, the new CD-ROMs will have many more, with new digital or digitally enhanced pictures.

Another presentation on the Seven Churches of Revelation is also in the works.

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2 Responses to New RAD Web Design

  1. David Locke says:

    Thank you for your wonderful work on the poster for National Geographic, Dec.2008. A church member of mine gave me the poster last night and I was blown away. About two months ago I preached a message called “The Place” and had followed your timeline. I did go further through the Gospels and the Second Advent. You may not be a Christian but you have sure given its foundation in history. I would like any postings on available artwork.

  2. Thank you for appreciating our work, which is designed to help students and teachers of the Bible to better understand the background in which the Bible was written. We are of the Christian faith ourselves and therefore interested in the history of the Holy Land. If you are going through the Gospels, why not visit our online store to order, for example, our latest CD Volume 2: Jerusalem in the time of Christ, which has, among many other interesting information, a graphic mapping of The Way to Golgotha, which is depicted here for the first time in clear form.

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