Terra Sancta Museum in the Old City of Jerusalem will unveil its new Archaeology wing dedicated to the Archaeological Collections of the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, (the Department of Biblical Sciences and Archaeology of the Pontificia Universitas Antonianum in Rome). The wing will open with the exhibition “The House of Herod: Life and Power in the Age of the New Testament,” showcasing more than 300 artifacts from the time of Herod the Great to the VI Century. The new wing will officially open with a special ceremony and candlelight service led by the Custos Francesco Patton on June, 27. The new wing will be housed among the restored ancient ruins of Medieval Jerusalem from Crusader-era workshops and cisterns to Mamluk dwellings. Visitors will be able to discover the daily life of Jerusalem’s inhabitants of 2000 years ago.