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Proto-Aeolic Capital Associated with Judah’s Longest Spring Tunnel

01/15 | A one-of-a-kind proto-aeolic capital still attached to its base is associated with a 525-foot-long tunnel system, the largest and most impressively hewn spring tunnel in the region.   Read more…

Ara Pacis Illuminated

01/15 | Using NASA data and 3D modeling, Indiana University Bloomington Professor of Informatics Bernard Frischer and his research team have dispelled a long-held theory regarding the relationship between two famous monuments   Read more…

Video: Exodus and Exodus Traditions After the Linguistic Turn in History

01/11 | Watch a full-length lecture by Garrett Galvin, Fransciscan School of Theology and Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, and University of San Diego scholar Garrett Galvin online for free.   Read more…

Video: Mythic Dimensions of the Exodus Tradition

01/11 | Watch a full-length lecture by DePauw University scholar Bernard Batto online for free.   Read more…

Video: The Exodus Narrative Between History and Literary Fiction

01/11 | Watch a full-length lecture by Universität Göttingen scholar Christoph Berner online for free.   Read more…

Video: The Revelation of the Divine Name to Moses

01/11 | Watch a full-length lecture by University of Lausanne scholar Thomas Römer online for free.   Read more…

Video: Moses the Magician

01/11 | Watch a full-length lecture by Rutgers University scholar Gary Rendsburg online for free.   Read more…

Digs 2014: Layers of Meaning

01/10 | Read BAR’s annual dig feature by Noah Wiener as it appears in the Jan/Feb 2014 issue of BAR.   Read more…

Çatalhöyük Mural: The Earliest Representation of a Volcanic Eruption?

01/09 | In the early 1960s, archaeologist James Mellaart uncovered a mural at Çatalhöyük, the world’s largest and best-preserved Neolithic site, which he interpreted to represent a volcanic eruption. A recent   Read more…

Ancient Antioch: Mapping Political and Trade Networks with Google Earth

01/08 | Researcher Kristina Neumann created an interactive map illustrating ancient Antioch’s changing political and economic relationships over time using Google Earth software.   Read more…


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