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Book Talk: Under Jerusalem by Andrew Lawler

Hosted By: Worcester JCC

THURS JAN 26 at 7PM, Andrew Lawler will discuss his newest nonfiction book, “Under Jerusalem: The Buried History of the World’s Most Contested City.”

Sacred to three faiths and revered by more than half the people on the planet, Jerusalem conjures up powerful images of the celestial. Yet beneath its narrow alleys and holy places, the ancient city conceals a labyrinthine, three-dimensional time capsule recording five millennia of bustling prosperity, brutal war, and repeated religious innovation that altered the course of human history. Lawler explores a saga of biblical treasures, intrepid explorers, and political upheaval, taking readers into the tombs, tunnels, and trenches of the Holy City.

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Worcester JCC

The Worcester JCC aims to provide those in Central Massachusetts with the highest quality educational, wellness, social, and recreational programs for people of all ages, guided by Jewish values and culture in an environment that is safe, welcoming, and respectful to all. Our Cultural Arts Programs include everything from discussion groups and classes, to author and film events, day trips, concerts, lectures, kosher lunches, and Jewish holiday celebrations.
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