Flights into Biblical Archaeology
Published by Albatross and Israel Antiquities Authority
A fascinating and exciting journey into the rich and colorful past of the Land of Israel, spanning thousands of years, Flights into Biblical Archaeology, is unique.
Flights into Biblical Archaeology provides the reader with a set of oblique aerial photographs of exceptional beauty of many of the most important biblical archaeological sites.
It also includes pictures of special ancient objects and rare works of art, many that have never before seen the light of day.
This book will be appreciated by everyone, including connoisseurs of artistic photography, purveyors of knowledge, students of the Bible and ancient history, as well by travelers to the Holy Land.
Conceived and edited by the well-known and talented photographer Duby Tal, the book is graced with a large number of beautiful aerial pictures that were taken during helicopter trips piloted by Moni Haramati. The noted archaeologist and researcher, Dr. Shimon Gibson, a professor of archaeology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, wrote the accompanying text.
The book is a joint project of Albatross Aerial Photography and Israel Antiquities Authority.