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Sycamore described as Zaccheus’ tree (" data-medium-file="https://i1com/ fit=600,800" class="attachment-thumbnail wp-image-3714" src="https://i1com/ resize=184,246" alt="Jericho" width="184" height="246" srcset="https://i1com/ (The African sycamore fig should not be confused with the sycamore of Europe and North America, which is a different species.) At a nearby Greek Orthodox monastery, the trunk of a dead sycamore behind a glass frame is also described as the tax collector’s tree.

Jesus chose the steep, rocky road from Jerusalem down to Jericho as the setting for the parable of the Good Samaritan.

In the library is a staircase that ascends to the second floor which has some bedrooms, one with an Average locked safe.

The 15-metre mound was formed over the centuries as towns were destroyed and new ones built on their rubble.

The most striking discovery unearthed is a thick-walled stone tower, 7 metres high and 7.6 metres across, dating back to 7000 BC.

In Scripture: Joshua captures Jericho: Joshua 6:1-21 Elisha purifies the spring: 2 Kings:19-22 Zacchaeus meets Jesus: Luke 19:1-10 Jesus heals Bartimaeus: Mark -52 The Good Samaritan: Luke -37 Administered by: Palestinian National Authority.

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Jericho (the name means “City of palms”) is mentioned 70 times in the Old Testament.