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Bible Lands Museum to Tour Lamar, Colo. Sept. 13-15

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Bible Lands Museum to Tour Lamar, Colo. Sept. 13-15


Free to the Public, Exhibits Will Include: Scale Model of 1st Century Jerusalem, Taylor Prism Reproduction, The Great Isaiah Scroll Reproduction, Roman Armor, Authentic Ancient Artifacts, and More


LAMAR, Colo.— Sept. 5, 2019—Bible Lands Museum today announced that it will be on tour in Lamar, Colo. during the month of September and will be closed at the Sandy, Ore. location.


The Bible Lands Museum will be showcasing educational artifacts, along with exhibits and lectures, free to the public hosted at the Lamar Church of Christ, 210 E. College Rd., Lamar, CO 81052.


Exhibit days, hours, and lecture topics are as follows:


Exhibit open Friday-Sunday, Sept. 13-15

Friday, Sept. 13: 12pm-7pm

Saturday, Sept. 14: 10am-6pm

Sunday, Sept. 15: 1pm-6pm


Lecture Topics:

Friday, Sept. 13, 6pm: “The Global Flood”

Saturday, Sept. 14:

12pm: “Were the Israelites in Egypt?”

4pm: “The Tophet: Ancient Baal Worship”

Sunday, Sept. 15:

10am: “Psalms, Hymns, Spiritual Songs”

11am: “He Endured the Shame of the Cross”

6pm: “Roman Armor and the Christian Armor”


For more information, visit or call (719) 691-0765.

Some Exhibit Highlights

Movie props used in the movies Alexander (2004), Hercules (2014), and Ben Hur

Scale Models of Jerusalem, Caesarea Martima and Ephesus.

Take Your Own Photo Wearing Armor Used in the Movie Hercules

The Great Isaiah Scroll Replica


The Taylor Prism or the Sennacherib Prism

The discovery of the Taylor Prism, also called the Sennacherib Prism, was attributed to and named after Colonel Robert Taylor (1790–1852) in 1830 at the ancient site of Nineveh. The Taylor Prism records lists of campaigns led by Sennacherib, King of Assyria from 705-681 B.C., against the Kingdom of Israel and Kingdom of Judah until the start of his final war against Babylon and includes a description of the tribute received from Hezekiah, King of Judah, in 701 B.C. This event is recorded in several books of The Bible, including Isaiah chapters 33 and 36; 2 Kings 18:17; and 2 Chronicles 32:9, and was recorded by the Greek historian Herodotus.

Taylor Prism

The Taylor Prism (pictured), also known as the Sennacherib Prism, is listed in a postcard series by the British Museum as #5: “Assyrian monuments bearing on Bible history in the British Museum.” Bible Lands Museum displays a replica.


About Bible Lands Museum


Bible Lands Museum is located at 39640 Pioneer Blvd Sandy, Ore. in the lower lever of the church of Christ. The museum is open free to the public on Fridays and Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. PT, and by appointment. Avid Bible historian and Bible artifact collector Bob Stancell opened Bible Lands Museum in 2015 by debuting a portion of his private collection. Bible Lands Museum has more than quadrupled its exhibits on display since then and offers many documentary film presentations for visitors to view at no charge.  


For questions about the Bible Lands Museum, please email [email protected]


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Bible Lands Museum wishes to thank the Lamar Church of Christ for its hospitality and support.


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