Jesus’ Burial Site

Archeologists have discovered that Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre stands on the site of a Jewish cemetery dating back to the time of Jesus. The shrine at the heart of the church, known as the Edicule, encases remnants of a tomb revered since the fourth century, imagined here. Was this Jesus’ tomb? The evidence is inconclusive but the site’s layered history holds many clues. … Okumaya devam et Jesus’ Burial Site

‘Divine’ Acoustics Of Hagia Sophia Have Been Recreated By Stanford Researchers

Beatific sound effects reverberating within the deep domed halls – this in a nutshell defines the rapturous acoustics of the Hagia Sophia, the crowning architectural achievement of the Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine). The ambit of enthralling sound was recreated (twice) by a group of Stanford scholars and scientists, in collaboration with choral group Cappella Romana. The resultant Icons of Sound project is based on some … Okumaya devam et ‘Divine’ Acoustics Of Hagia Sophia Have Been Recreated By Stanford Researchers