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Bethel: Quiz


Question 1: However, he notes that the ruins at Beitin are greater than those of a village and seem to have undergone expansion after the time of Jerome, noting also the presence of what appear to be ruins of churches from the ________.
High Middle AgesLate Middle AgesMiddle AgesEarly Middle Ages

Question 2: Robinson, Edward; Smith, Eli (Digitized 17 Feb 2006), Biblical Researches in Palestine, 1838-52: A Journal of Travels in the Year 1838, ________ 
University of MichiganOhio State UniversityWayne State UniversityMichigan State University

Question 3: A second biblical Bethel, in the southern Judah, is mentioned in ________ (8:17 and 12:16), and seems to be the same as Bethul or Bethuel, a city of the tribe of Simeon.

Question 4: Bethel was again inhabitated and "fortifed by Bacchides the Syrian in the time of the Maccabees."[2] ________ tells us that Bethel was captured by Vespasian.
First Jewish–Roman WarJesusJosephusHerod the Great

Question 5: ________ and Jerome describe it in their time as a small village that lay 12 Roman miles north of Jerusalem, to the right or east of the road leading to Neapolis.
Development of the New Testament canonTimeline of ChristianityEarly ChristianityEusebius of Caesarea

Question 6: After the establishment of Israel in Palestine in 1948, the biblical name was applied to an ________ constructed adjacent to Beitin.
KahanismZionismIsraeli settlementMenachem Begin

Question 7: Edward Robinson identified the Palestinian ________ village of Beitin in the West Bank with ancient Bethel in Biblical Researches in Palestine, 1838-52.
IraqArab cultureSyriaArab people

Question 8: Bethel was an important cult-centre for the northern Kingdom of Israel following the break-up of the united kingdom of ________ and Solomon.


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