Credits

This site was published in July 2013, with a new technological platform, redesigned graphics and contents reorganized in simpler navigation paths. The project builds on a number of texts written in the year by Professors of the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum and the Custody of the Holy Land.

Project Manager:
Paolo Padrini

Project Coordinator:
Paolo Padrini, Marie Armelle Beaulieu, Doni Ferrari 





Design of structure:
Silvio Rogelio de la Fuente OFM, Paolo Padrini, Francesco Zazza

Scientific referent:
Fra Eugenio Alliata OFM

Don Angelo Garofalo, 




Technological Development:
Fotonica

Graphic Development:
Filippo Andreacchio - www.lamorfalab.com

Editing text:
Emanuela Compri, Valeria Vestrelli, Don Angelo Garofalo



Web Content Manager:
Emanuela Compri, Valeria Vestrelli

Translations:
Studio Moretti

Photographs:
Marie Armelle Beaulieu, Marco Gavasso, Photo archives of the Custody and Ats Pro Terra Santa photo archives; Photo archives - Studium Biblicum Franciscanum.

Photographs spirituality section:
made by Tissot James; Copyright © 2004–2011 the Brooklyn Museum

Virtual Tour:
Marco Gavasso


Thanks to:
Studium Biblicum Franciscanum for giving us access to the archive of plants, books, drawings and photos; Marc Homedes Palau for the iconographic research; p. Ricardo Bustos; Community Shalom.

The site is constructed and managed using the CAMO
Content Management System platform

Disclaimer

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If material is used for other purposes, you must obtain permission from the Custody of the Holy Land to use the copyrighted material prior to its use.