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IAA Launches App with Archaeology Games

IAA Launches App with Archaeology Games

Who Are the Nephilim?

11/19 | Who are the Nephilim? From where do the “heroes of old, the men of renown” come?   Read more…

Where Was Jesus Born?

11/17 | If Jesus was born in Bethlehem, why is he called a Nazorean and a Galilean throughout the New Testament? Philip J. King addresses this question in his Biblical Views column.   Read more…

Childhood in Roman Egypt

11/14 | Researchers studying thousands of ancient documents are getting a better idea of what childhood was like in Roman Egypt.   Read more…

The Decline of the Neo-Assyrian Empire

11/13 | A new study argues that overpopulation and drought may have contributed to the rapid demise of the Neo-Assyrian Empire.   Read more…

BASONOVA Lecture: Queen for Eternity

11/11 | On Sunday, November 16, 2014, the Biblical Archaeology Society of Northern Virginia will host the lecture “Queen for Eternity: Digital Archaeology and the (After) Life of Meresank III” by Dr.   Read more…

Zeugma Excavations Reveal New Mosaics

11/10 | Ongoing excavations have uncovered three new mosaics in an ancient trade center that sat at the crossroads between the Mediterranean and the ancient Near East.   Read more…

Virtually Explore Bronze Age Cyprus: There’s an App for That

11/07 | Researchers are creating an augmented reality mobile app for a Late Bronze Age site in Cyprus.   Read more…

Meet the House of David at the Met

11/05 | Through January 4, 2015, the Tel Dan Stela and other treasures from the ancient Near East are on display in the exhibit Assyria to Iberia at the Met in New   Read more…

Asherah and the Asherim: Goddess or Cult Symbol?

11/04 | Who is Asherah? What is asherah? The reference may be to a particular goddess, a class of goddess or a cult symbol used to represent the goddess. It is sometimes   Read more…


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