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The source. [A history of the Holy Land in the form of a novel.]

Presents a fictional history of the Jewish people who inhabited the site of Tell Makor from 10,000 B.C.E. to the establishment of the state of Israel and the modern conflict in the Middle East.

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  • "Bridges at Toko-ri"
  • "Sayonara"
  • "Caravans"

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  • "Presents a fictional history of the Jewish people who inhabited the site of Tell Makor from 10,000 B.C.E. to the establishment of the state of Israel and the modern conflict in the Middle East."@en
  • "An archaeological excavation of Tell Makor launches a journey into the history and culture of the Jews that includes the early Hebrews, the impact of Christianity, the Spanish Inquistion, and the modern Middle East conflict."
  • "An archeological excavation of Tell Makor initiates a journey into the ancient history and culture of Israel that explores the life of the early Hebrews, the impact of Christianity, the Spanish inquisition, and the modern Middle East conflict."@en
  • "Gros ouvrage de 1965 o ̮l'auteur n'est pas encore arriv ̌ ̉calibrer son propos; ľaborer, ̉l'intřieur d'un roman-fresque, l'histoire d'un peuple ou d'un pays. De sorte que ce rčit hšite toujours entre la tentative archǒlogique de faire revivre la terre d'Isral︠ et le propos romanesque qui fait participer le lecteur par les protagonistes. [SDM]."
  • "In his signature style of grand storytelling, James A. Michener transports us back thousands of years to the Holy Land. Through the discoveries of modern archaeologists excavating the site of Tell Makor, Michener vividly re-creates life in an ancient city and traces the profound history of the Jewish people'from the persecution of the early Hebrews, the rise of Christianity, and the Crusades to the founding of Israel and the modern conflict in the Middle East. An epic tale of love, strength, and faith, The Source is a richly written saga that encompasses the history of Western civilization and the great religious and cultural ideas that have shaped our world. Praise for The Source "Fascinating ... stunning ... [a] wonderful rampage through history ... Biblical history, as seen through the eyes of a professor who is puzzled, appalled, delighted, enriched and impoverished by the spectacle of a land where all men are archeologists."'The New York Times "A sweeping [novel] filled with excitement'pagan ritual, the clash of armies, ancient and modern: the evolving drama of man's faith."'The Philadelphia Inquirer "Magnificent ... a superlative piece of writing both in scope and technique ... one of the great books of this generation."'San Francisco Call Bulletin From the Trade Paperback edition."@en
  • "An archaeological excavation of Tell Makor launches a journey into the history and culture of the Jews that includes the early Hebrews, the impact of Christianity, the Spanish Inquisition, and the modern Middle East conflict."
  • "An archaeological excavation of Tell Makor launches a journey into the history and culture of the Jews that includes the early Hebrews, the impact of Christianity, the Spanish Inquisition, and the modern Middle East conflict."@en
  • "An archelogical excavation of Tell Makor launches a journey into the history and culture of the Jews that includes the early Hebrews, the impact of Christianity, the Spanish inquistion, and the modern Middle East Conflct."@en
  • "A group of modern-day archaeologists in Makor set in motion this retelling of the entire history of the Jews and their faith, from the earliest days, through the transition to monotheism and the persecutions by Christians, to the founding of present-day Israel and the Middle East conflict."@en

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  • "Jewish fiction"@en
  • "Jewish fiction"
  • "Historical fiction"
  • "Historical fiction"@en
  • "Historiske romaner"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "HIstorical fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "History"
  • "History"@en

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  • "The source; a novel"
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  • "The Source : a novel"
  • "The source. [A history of the Holy Land in the form of a novel.]"@en
  • "The source; a novel, by James A. Michener"@en
  • "The source : bestselling novel of our time"
  • "The Source : James A. Michener"
  • "La source : roman"@en
  • "La source : roman"
  • "The Source. [With illustrations, including maps.]"@en
  • "The source [and other novels]"
  • "The source : a novel"@en
  • "The source : a novel"
  • "The source"@en
  • "The source"
  • "La source"
  • "The source : a novel by James A. Michener"
  • "The Source"@en
  • "The Source"
  • "The source a novel"@en

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