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Tun December thla National Geographic magazine-ah Isua Chanchin an ziak a, “Archaeology-in Isua Tak Tak Chanchin Min Hrilh Dan” tih thupui hmangin mi thiam, archaeologist atang thuziak mi-a inlet ta  Kristin Romeya’n a ziak a. Ringtute chuan Isua kha Pathian pafa-ah an ngai a, ring lo mite chuan hmakhawsang thawnthu satliah, legend maiah an ngai thung a, archeologist leh researcher te chuan Ram thianghlima thil hlui an haichhuah aţangin Isua chanchin hi phuahchawp satliah, fiction  mai ni lovin thu dik tak, fact a nihzia an lantir mek a ni tia bul ţanin thu a peh hel kual nasa hle a, a thuziak hi thumal 5000 aia tam a ni.

Was this Jesus’ tomb? The evidence is inconclusive, but the site’s layered history holds many clues. By Fernando G. Baptista and Kennedy Elliott, NG Staff November 28, 2017 CA A.D. 30
Was this Jesus’ tomb? The evidence is inconclusive, but the site’s layered history holds many clues.
By Fernando G. Baptista and Kennedy Elliott, NG Staff November 28, 2017
CA A.D. 30
CHURCH OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE Dedicated in 1149, the current church dates to the crusader era, though portions are older. Pilgrims and tourists from around the world visit the historic basilica each year.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE
Dedicated in 1149, the current church dates to the crusader era, though portions are older. Pilgrims and tourists from around the world visit the historic basilica each year.

Isua chanchin ziaktu Kristin Romey hian Isua an phumna nia an sawi lung kerkuak thlan  khuhna an hawn lai pawh mit ngeia hmutu a ni a, Isua thih thu chanchin ţha bu 4 ziaktute ziak a inan deuh vek thu te, Isua thiam loh chantirtu puithiam lalber Kaiapha ruang an phumna kuang, kha tih laia roreltu Pontius Pilata chhinchhiahna chuang an hmuh thu te,  Isua an khenbehna hmun vela kraws-a an khenbeh, Juda mi, a hming Yehohanan an tih  ke thir zum taka chhuntlang ke ruh an haichhuah thute, Bethesda dil kama zeng a tihdamna  hmun hlui te, Isua hnungzuitu lar tak Mary Magdalene khua Magdala khaw hlui kum 1970-a an laichhuah atanga an thil hmuhchhuah te, Isua zirtirte zinga Peter-a chenna Kapernaum khuaa thil an  hmuhchhuah atangtein chanchin ţha ziaktute thuziak hi a rintlak hle nia a ngaih thu a ziak lang bawk a ni.

Was this Jesus’ tomb? The evidence is inconclusive, but the site’s layered history holds many clues. By Fernando G. Baptista and Kennedy Elliott, NG Staff November 28, 2017 CA A.D. 30
Was this Jesus’ tomb? The evidence is inconclusive, but the site’s layered history holds many clues.
By Fernando G. Baptista and Kennedy Elliott, NG Staff November 28, 2017
CA A.D. 30
Jesus is crucified outside Jerusalem on a hill called Golgotha and buried in a nearby tomb. Archaeologists have found evidence of an abandoned quarry used as a Jewish cemetery. Exclusive: Age of Jesus Christ’s Purported Tomb Revealed A.D. 135
Jesus is crucified outside Jerusalem on a hill called Golgotha and buried in a nearby tomb. Archaeologists have found evidence of an abandoned quarry used as a Jewish cemetery.
Exclusive: Age of Jesus Christ’s Purported Tomb Revealed
A.D. 135
HADRIAN’S TEMPLE Emperor Hadrian builds a pagan temple over the tomb. Later Christian writers saw this as a bid to desecrate the site and erase the memory of Jesus, but scholars dispute that claim. A.D. 325-335
HADRIAN’S TEMPLE
Emperor Hadrian builds a pagan temple over the tomb. Later Christian writers saw this as a bid to desecrate the site and erase the memory of Jesus, but scholars dispute that claim.
A.D. 325-335

A  tawp khar nan hetiang hian a ziak a;-

 Ka thil hmuhchhuah tak ber chu; mi thiamte’n Isua chanchin an chhuia a awiawm lo lai an hmuh ang hi ringtute rinna a tiderthawng  pha reng reng ngai dawn lo tih hi a ni a. Scholar te’n Isua chanchin hi tawp-in-tai nei lovin hriatchian leh zual tumin an bei reng a. Ringtu dik takte tan zawng Isua nun, a thihna leh a thawhlehna an rinna hi rinhlelh rual lohvin a nghet bur ringawt mai a, a finfiahna evidence eng dang mah a ngai lo a ni, a ti.

Hman zana thuziak thiam tunhnaia Origin lehkhabu ziaktu Dan Brown-a BBC HARDtalk-a an kawmnaa a thusawi ai kha chuan a ngaihnawm fe zawk a ni.

Angels & Demons(2000), The Da Vinci Code (2003), and Inferno (2013)  ziaktu Dan Brown hi a nu chu sakhaw mi tak a ni a, a pa chu ngaihdan hrang nei mi a ni a. Kristian thurin hi ka thisenah ka ţhanhnan a ni a ti a, mahse Science hian Pathian hi a rawn hnawl ta a ni, a ti a. Isua kha Pathian fapa a ni lo a ti tawl mai a ni.

Stephen Sackur chuan I thuziak hralh a kal hle a, inhnialna pawh a tichhuak nasa a, thuziak-ah hian a ngaihnawm tur (entertainment) nge puakchhuah tur awm (learning) pawimawh zawk tih a zawt a. Dan Brown-a chuan a pawimawh ve ve a, a inkhawp tlat a ngai a ni, a ti a, ka lehkhabu ziak The Da Vinci Code (2003) kha khati em em khan kohhranho hian min beih phah ang tih pawh ka ring  lo va, a ti a. Stephen Sackur chuan nui sung chungin “ Tak tak maw?’ a ti a. Dan Browna chuan, “Tak tak ni e, ka thuziak chhiartute hian anmahni ngaihdan puakchhuakin thil hi ngaihtuah ve se tih hi ka duh ber a ni,” a ti.

In Jerusalem, Jesus healed a paralyzed man at a ritual pool surrounded by five colonnades called the Pool of Bethesda, reports the Gospel of John. Many scholars doubted that the place existed until archaeologists discovered clear traces of it beneath the ruins of these centuries-old churches.
In Jerusalem, Jesus healed a paralyzed man at a ritual pool surrounded by five colonnades called the Pool of Bethesda, reports the Gospel of John. Many scholars doubted that the place existed until archaeologists discovered clear traces of it beneath the ruins of these centuries-old churches.
Rising from her baptism in the Jordan River, an Indonesian Christian wears a gown depicting Jesus undergoing the same rite in the same river 2,000 years ago. The faith that began as a tiny Jewish sect is now the world’s largest, most diverse religion, with more than two billion believers.  PHOTOGRAPHED WITH PERMISSION OF YARDENIT
Rising from her baptism in the Jordan River, an Indonesian Christian wears a gown depicting Jesus undergoing the same rite in the same river 2,000 years ago. The faith that began as a tiny Jewish sect is now the world’s largest, most diverse religion, with more than two billion believers.
PHOTOGRAPHED WITH PERMISSION OF YARDENIT
A bejeweled icon, or encolpion, worn by Theophilos III, Greek Orthodox patriarch of Jerusalem and all Palestine, venerates the Virgin Mary and the Christ Child.
A bejeweled icon, or encolpion, worn by Theophilos III, Greek Orthodox patriarch of Jerusalem and all Palestine, venerates the Virgin Mary and the Christ Child.
Palestinian Christians parade through the streets of Bethlehem at Christmas, which different denominations celebrate on different dates: Roman Catholics and Protestants on December 25, Orthodox Christians on January 7, and Armenians on January 6, or, in the Holy Land, on January 18.
Palestinian Christians parade through the streets of Bethlehem at Christmas, which different denominations celebrate on different dates: Roman Catholics and Protestants on December 25, Orthodox Christians on January 7, and Armenians on January 6, or, in the Holy Land, on January 18.
The ruins of Herodium, one of Herod the Great’s summit fortresses, evoke the oppressive power of the Roman Empire. Some scholars regard Jesus as a social revolutionary whose true mission was regime change rather than the salvation of souls.  PANORAMA COMPOSED OF SEVEN IMAGES
The ruins of Herodium, one of Herod the Great’s summit fortresses, evoke the oppressive power of the Roman Empire. Some scholars regard Jesus as a social revolutionary whose true mission was regime change rather than the salvation of souls.
PANORAMA COMPOSED OF SEVEN IMAGES
The columns of a partially restored, second- to fifth-century synagogue in Capernaum lie atop an older structure very likely visited by Jesus, according to some scholars. Nearby, archaeologists discovered a dwelling that was venerated by early Christians—possibly the home of the Apostle Peter.
The columns of a partially restored, second- to fifth-century synagogue in Capernaum lie atop an older structure very likely visited by Jesus, according to some scholars. Nearby, archaeologists discovered a dwelling that was venerated by early Christians—possibly the home of the Apostle Peter.
"Follow me and I will make you fishers of men,” Jesus declared to his first disciples, fishermen whose lives centered on the Sea of Galilee. Here, according to the Gospels, Jesus miraculously calmed a storm, walked on water, and blessed his disciples with boatloads of fish.
“Follow me and I will make you fishers of men,” Jesus declared to his first disciples, fishermen whose lives centered on the Sea of Galilee. Here, according to the Gospels, Jesus miraculously calmed a storm, walked on water, and blessed his disciples with boatloads of fish.
TREASURE FROM JESUS’ TIME Unearthed in a synagogue in the hometown of Mary Magdalene, the Magdala Stone is thought to be modeled after the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem and may have served as a ceremonial Torah stand. It’s shown here in Israel’s national treasures storerooms.
TREASURE FROM JESUS’ TIME Unearthed in a synagogue in the hometown of Mary Magdalene, the Magdala Stone is thought to be modeled after the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem and may have served as a ceremonial Torah stand. It’s shown here in Israel’s national treasures storerooms.
During Passover, Samaritan men walk to the top of Mount Gerizim—the site, they believe, of God’s true temple, rather than Jerusalem. The Samaritans of Jesus’ day were despised as infidels, yet Jesus, in one of his most famous parables, cast a “good Samaritan” as an exemplar of neighborly love.
During Passover, Samaritan men walk to the top of Mount Gerizim—the site, they believe, of God’s true temple, rather than Jerusalem. The Samaritans of Jesus’ day were despised as infidels, yet Jesus, in one of his most famous parables, cast a “good Samaritan” as an exemplar of neighborly love.
Scenes from the life of Christ—including his infancy, triumphal entry into Jerusalem, and Last Supper—adorn a small Coptic Orthodox chapel in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Several Christian sects warily share the cavernous sanctuary, each laying claim to a chapel or other space. Keys to the church are entrusted to a local Muslim family.
Scenes from the life of Christ—including his infancy, triumphal entry into Jerusalem, and Last Supper—adorn a small Coptic Orthodox chapel in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Several Christian sects warily share the cavernous sanctuary, each laying claim to a chapel or other space. Keys to the church are entrusted to a local Muslim family.
Just hours before his arrest and Crucifixion, according to the Gospels, Jesus prayed in a garden called Gethsemane, probably from the Aramaic words for oil press. Today many pilgrims come to this grove of olive trees outside the walls of Jerusalem to remember the darkest night of Jesus’ life.
Just hours before his arrest and Crucifixion, according to the Gospels, Jesus prayed in a garden called Gethsemane, probably from the Aramaic words for oil press. Today many pilgrims come to this grove of olive trees outside the walls of Jerusalem to remember the darkest night of Jesus’ life.
DEATH ON A ROMAN CROSS A crucified man’s heel bone found in a family tomb may rebut the charge that Jesus, executed as a criminal, would not have been given a proper burial. Roman crucifixion took many forms.
DEATH ON A ROMAN CROSS A crucified man’s heel bone found in a family tomb may rebut the charge that Jesus, executed as a criminal, would not have been given a proper burial. Roman crucifixion took many forms.
An ornate ossuary, or bone box, discovered in a Jerusalem tomb is inscribed with the name Caiaphas, an infamous figure in the Gospels’ accounts of Jesus’ trial and execution. “If it is Caiaphas, the discovery would confirm that the people who play a role in the stories of the New Testament were real and not fictitious,” notes archaeologist Eric Cline.
An ornate ossuary, or bone box, discovered in a Jerusalem tomb is inscribed with the name Caiaphas, an infamous figure in the Gospels’ accounts of Jesus’ trial and execution. “If it is Caiaphas, the discovery would confirm that the people who play a role in the stories of the New Testament were real and not fictitious,” notes archaeologist Eric Cline.
Throngs of pilgrims from many nations converge on Jerusalem at Easter—a potentially volatile mix and a tempting target for terrorists. To ensure safety and keep the peace, Israeli security forces deploy throughout the city, including along the famous Via Dolorosa.
Throngs of pilgrims from many nations converge on Jerusalem at Easter—a potentially volatile mix and a tempting target for terrorists. To ensure safety and keep the peace, Israeli security forces deploy throughout the city, including along the famous Via Dolorosa.
Ethiopian Orthodox pilgrims celebrate Easter atop the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. In a long dispute with Egyptian Copts, Ethiopian monks have occupied a rooftop monastery for more than 200 years to press their claim to a portion of the church.
Ethiopian Orthodox pilgrims celebrate Easter atop the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. In a long dispute with Egyptian Copts, Ethiopian monks have occupied a rooftop monastery for more than 200 years to press their claim to a portion of the church.
Worshippers on Holy Saturday, the day before Easter, celebrate the Miracle of the Holy Fire at Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre. A flame is said to spontaneously emanate from the stone slab inside the chapel, or Edicule, marking the site of Christ's burial and Resurrection.
Worshippers on Holy Saturday, the day before Easter, celebrate the Miracle of the Holy Fire at Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre. A flame is said to spontaneously emanate from the stone slab inside the chapel, or Edicule, marking the site of Christ’s burial and Resurrection.
A pilgrim inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre kneels at the Stone of Unction, which commemorates the anointing of Jesus’ body for burial.
A pilgrim inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre kneels at the Stone of Unction, which commemorates the anointing of Jesus’ body for burial.

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