Is Jericho Kansas a real place?

Is Jericho Kansas a real place?

Jericho, Kansas is a fictional town. ... Jericho is 90 miles west of the also fictional Rogue River, Kansas, and around 330 miles from the real Wichita. New Bern, Kansas is a neighboring fictional town which starts a war with Jericho in the wake of the national destruction.

How far is Jericho Kansas from Denver Colorado?

Denver, Colorado is 175 miles from the Colorado/Kansas state line. It is highly unlikely that you would see a nuclear explosion in Denver from Jericho in NW Kansas, nearly 250 miles away.

What cities were destroyed in Jericho?

In the episode "A.K.A.", it was stated that there were 25 explosive devices. Twenty-four cities are identified as being attacked, however it is also known that Columbus, Ohio ("The Day Before"), New York City ("Long Live the Mayor") and St Louis, Missouri ("The Day Before") were targeted.

Why did Jake leave Jericho?

Jake frequently left Jericho for supplies or information and on other missions—including rescuing his brother from New Bern, training the Rangers in gun skills, and defending the town from Ravenwood, a private military company, and the New Bern militia, and any other threats.

Does April die in Jericho?

April Green is a doctor at Jericho's medical center, and unhappily married to Eric; she files for divorce but, after the Attacks, changes her mind and decides to make the marriage work. April suffers a hemorrhage related to her pregnancy, loses the baby and dies. ...

What happened to Jericho city?

According to the Bible, at around 1,400 BCE, Jericho was the first city attacked by the Israelites after they crossed the Jordan River and entered Canaan. The Wall of Jericho was destroyed when the Israelites walked around it for seven days carrying the Ark of the Covenant.

How many Israelites walked around Jericho?

Jericho was fortified by about 900 feet of perimeter wall. If the Israelite army of 8,000 men encircled Jericho, it did so in a formation where each man occupied two feet of ground in a phalanx six men deep.

Why was Göbekli Tepe buried?

Schmidt considered Göbekli Tepe a central location for a cult of the dead and that the carved animals are there to protect the dead. Though no tombs or graves have yet been found, Schmidt believed that graves remain to be discovered in niches located behind the walls of the sacred circles.

What was found at Göbekli Tepe?

In Göbekli Tepe, archeologists have uncovered a handful of circular neolithic structures such as this one (Enclosure C), which consist of two T-shaped pillars surrounded by a bunch of slightly smaller inward-facing pillars.