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  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Gay
  • Language:English
  • Pages:154
  • Format:Paperback
  • eBook ISBN:9781667854687
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667854670

King Herod's Treasure

by Mark Akst

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Overview
A fun gay Indiana Jones type adventure through the sights and sounds of modern Israel against a backdrop of ancient Roman battle sites and towns described by the famous Jewish First century writer Flavius Josephus . Two very different men-- one older and retired from business and the other an adventurous younger archeologist build a lasting love relationship while exploring the path of battles that led to the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 CE. And finally leading to the accidental discovery of the previously unknown Royal Crown Jewels of Herod the Great-a priceless treasure trove. And its effect on modern Israel and their own relationship.
Description
A fun gay Indiana Jones type adventure through the sights and sounds of modern Israel against a backdrop of ancient Roman battle sites and towns described by the famous Jewish First century writer Flavius Josephus. Two very different men-- one older and retired from business and the other an adventurous younger archeologist build a lasting love relationship while exploring the path of battles that led to the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 CE. And finally leading to the accidental discovery of the previously unknown Royal Crown Jewels of Herod the Great-a priceless treasure trove. And its effect on modern Israel and their own relationship.
About the author
Mark Akst is retired and living in Fort lauderdale. He is an avid reader and researcher of archeology sites and historical works dealing with the period from 150 BCE to 150 CE that concerns the intersection and interaction of ancient Roman and Judean history. This hobby blossomed into passion while taking care of his mother for ten years. He strongly believes that such history effects modern day Israel and the Middle East.
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