A 13-foot creation to crucifixion timeline on one side of the page, while the reverse side features a 13 ft. panorama of Jerusalem in AD 33. Underneath the timeline, expanded notes and full-color illustrations help readers capture the full impact of what was happening in the world at the time. The panorama was a nineteenth century form of entertainment—a seamless image on the walls of a round building made for a thrilling spectacle for a viewer who stood in the center of the room, turning around. This book shows how the Piglhein Panorama of Jerusalem was made, and features notes on the bottom that identify the places and people, along with expanded historical details.
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