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Homeschool - Meet the Greeks Part 2: Greeks, Jews, Coins and Candles (Hebrew)
Homeschool - Meet the Greeks Part 2: Greeks, Jews, Coins and Candles (Hebrew)

Sun, Jan 07


Virtual Tour

Homeschool - Meet the Greeks Part 2: Greeks, Jews, Coins and Candles (Hebrew)

Embark on a historical quest to uncover the epic tale of the Maccabees and the miraculous festival of Hanukkah! Dive into the historical battlegrounds of Judea, explore the heroic stories of the Maccabean revolt, and revisit the story of the Hanukkah lights, and coins!

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Jan 07, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Virtual Tour

About the Event

Embark on a thrilling journey to Ancient Judea under the Seleucid Syrian Greeks! 

Young adventurers embark on a riveting exploration of historical events that shaped the festival of Hanukkah. Travel back to ancient Judea, where the Seleucid Syrian Greeks sought dominance, sparking a courageous resistance by the Maccabees. Through captivating storytelling, children witness the heroic battles, delve into the miraculous stories of the oil that lasted eight days, and understand the significance of the Hanukkah lights.

The class also delves into the cultural exchange between Greek and Jewish civilizations during this pivotal time. Kids explore ancient coins that served as witnesses to historical events, shedding light on the fascinating intersections of these rich cultures. By the end of this class, young historians will emerge with a deeper understanding of the Maccabean revolt, the miracles of Hanukkah, and the enduring legacy of courage and resilience.

This tour is part of an annual course of virtual tours for homeschool kids, on a wide range of topics.

  • You can read more about this on the website at this link.
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  • To subscribe to the Homeschool Google Calendar click here.

This is a virtual tour delivered via Zoom.

To watch it you must have an active zoom account, and please make sure you know how to use Zoom's basic features: turn on/off camera and microphone, use the chat, and rename your account so it is not generic e.g. "iPhone5".   

This tour is approximately 45-60 min long, in HEBREW with Q&A session in the end.  

After the tour, you will receive a follow-up email/WhatsApp with resources. You may also access the recording for a limited amount of time with a private link for you only.  You may register for the tour and ask for the recording only, and you may sign up for past virtual tours and watch them (for limited time). 

To find out about what virtual tours are available, please contact me directly.


  • One Family Ticket

    This is a ticket to a virtual tour, and the zoom link was sent to you when you registered and as a reminder. This ticket is ONLY for one household / screen / family. It is not for presentation on multiple screens outside of a household, nor for schools and communities.

    +₪1.13 service fee
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