History of Jerusalem | Vincent Lemire, Christophe Gaultier
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History of Jerusalem | Vincent Lemire, Christophe Gaultier

Les Arènes

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Discover the entire history of Jerusalem through a vivid and documented comic book.

Author
Vincent Lemire, Christophe Gaultier
Language
French 🇫🇷
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4,000 years ago, Jerusalem was a small, isolated town, perched on a ridge line between the Mediterranean and the desert. Today, it is a city of almost a million inhabitants, which attracts attention and visitors from all over the world.

In the meantime, monotheisms have been invented, the greatest conquerors have seized them, the greatest empires have confronted each other. Egyptian, Persian, Jewish, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Arab, Crusader, Mamluk, Ottoman, British, Jordanian, Israeli and Palestinian, Jerusalem is at the heart of the world's interests and passions. The cradle of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, it is now a spiritual capital for more than half of humanity.

In 10 chapters, actors and witnesses, famous or anonymous, all those who have walked through Jerusalem over the centuries tell the story of this mille-feuille of composite influences. Nothing is invented: scenes and dialogues come from more than 200 published sources and unpublished archives, to give flesh to this choral story.

4,000 years of a universal story told for the first time in an exceptional comic book.

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Data sheet

Author
Vincent Lemire, Christophe Gaultier
Language
French 🇫🇷
Publisher
Les Arènes
Number of pages
256
Size:
21.5 x 29 cm
Date of publication
13/10/2022