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Bet Shemesh Dig Uncovers 2,000-Year-Old Jewish Settlement

03/29 | Archaeologists discovered eight Jewish ritual baths, cisterns and a complex of underground hiding refuges at a 2,000-year-old settlement in Israel.   Read more…

Jesus’ Last Supper Still Wasn’t a Passover Seder Meal

03/28 | Many people still assume that Jesus’ Last Supper was a Seder, a ritual meal held in celebration of the Jewish holiday of Passover. In this exclusive Bible History Daily guest   Read more…

Did Pharaoh Sheshonq Attack Jerusalem?

03/27 | Israeli scholar Yigal Levin’s article “Did Pharaoh Sheshonq Attack Jerusalem” in the July/August 2012 issue of Biblical Archaeology Review examines the historical veracity of both the Egyptian Pharaoh’s account and   Read more…

The Search for Noah’s Flood

03/27 | If we wanted to find the flood that gave rise to the legend of Noah’s Flood, we should look for a big flood in northern Mesopotamia, says scholar Ronald S.   Read more…

Lydia and Tabitha in the Bible

03/27 | While the majority of the leaders of the early Christian church were men, the New Testament describes several prominent women leaders as well. Teresa Calpino analyzes two of these women—Tabitha   Read more…

Anna in the Bible

03/26 | Anna is one of the Bible’s most unusual women. Introduced at the end of the Birth Narrative (Luke 1:1-2:40), Anna concludes the sextet of named, pious Israelites surrounding the miraculous   Read more…

Jewish Captives in the Imperial City

03/26 | Ancient Rome was the superpower of its day. Yet, when the Romans conquered the tiny province of Judea and quashed the First Jewish Revolt in 70 C.E., it was actually   Read more…

Joshua in the Bible

03/26 | World-renowned author and Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel reflects on the Biblical figure Joshua in a Supporting Roles column for Bible Review.   Read more…

The Staurogram

03/24 | The staurogram, a crucifixion symbol made out of the Greek letters tau-rho, is 200 years older than the oldest previously-known images of Jesus on the cross.   Read more…

Where Are the Royal Archives at Tel Hazor?

03/23 | Biblical Hazor was the largest and most important royal city in the Southern Levant in the second millennium B.C.E. Its continuing exploration has brought to light impressive architecture and unique   Read more…


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