Jerusalem – The Temple Mount

Yesterday we received the first copies of our guide book to the Temple Mount. It has 160 pages and 184 illustrations and weighs only 350 grams (12 ounces). It measures 20.8 x 14.3 x 1 cm (8.1 x 5.6 x 0.4 inches), which is a handy size to carry around with you and would fit easily in a large pocket or small bag. It is now possible to order our guide book directly from our website. The cost is US$25.00 or UK£17.00 plus postage.

We hope and feel sure that our book will enhance your visit to the Temple Mount and deepen your understanding of the fascinating history of this important site!



11 thoughts on “Jerusalem – The Temple Mount”

  1. I have a three month sabbatical in Jerusalem coming up. I was really keen to have a copy of your book in time for my stay, and so I wrote to the publisher to encourage publication. My copy arrived this morning, and I have to say, looking through it, I don’t think I have bought a more informative, more inspiring, more beautifully presented book in many, many years. Thank you so much for your efforts.

    Steve Doel
    Vicar of Walmley

  2. I ordered mine from the Carta site a few days ago. I can’t wait for it to arrive up here in the Galil!

  3. Leen…I also was one of those who wrote the publisher. I’m in Jerusalem right now. What bookstores in Jerusalem are carrying the book?

  4. Wow – it arrived fast! This is an excellent guidebook. The graphics are helpful and informative. The text is easy to understand while explaining things in the right amount of detail. I was initially surprised how small it is, but there is so much packed into it, it feels much larger inside than it appears at first.
    I recommend this book to anyone who has an interest in the structure and history of Har Habayit.
    Well done.

  5. Another superb book! Thank you! Please keep me informed of any new books coming out–I read everything you write.

  6. I would love to see a book that retraces the steps of the Wise Men through the Jerusalem area. Not much there to go on but what we do have could create somewhat of a picture.

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