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Antipatris: Another Pauline Site Off My Bucket List

05/30 | Ancient visitors would have approached the magnificent walls of Antipatris on this Herodian street. Biblical scholar Mark Wilson describes the road into Antipatris. “My imagination was stirred to picture Paul   Read more…

Judge Announces Forgery Trial Sentence

05/30 | This morning, Jerusalem District Court Judge Aharon Farkash gave the Israeli government 30 days to support of its claim to retain the James Ossuary, Jehoash Tablet and other Israeli antiquities.   Read more…

Hebrew Inscription Provides Oldest Archaeological Evidence of Jews in Iberia

05/25 | A recent discovery at a Roman villa near Silves, Portugal stands out as the oldest evidence of Jews in Iberia.   Read more…

History of Bethlehem Documented by First Temple Period Bulla from the City of David

05/23 | Earliest History of Bethlehem Documented by First Temple Period Bulla from the City of David
Jesus’ Birthplace in Ancient Bethlehem Confirmed as an Israelite City Centuries Earlier   Read more…

Tel Aviv University Scholars Discuss Jewelry Discovery at Megiddo

05/23 | A Tel Aviv University press release on Monday discussed the discovery of a hoard of gold and silver jewelry at Tel Megiddo. Bible History Daily announced the initial discovery of   Read more…

Jerusalem Cabinet Invests in Biblical Sites in Jerusalem

05/21 | Jerusalem’s ministers approved a 350 million shekel (over $90 million) project to develop and renovate infrastructure in the city’s Biblical and other heritage sites. The special cabinet meeting Sunday was   Read more…

Oil Pipeline Threatens Ancient Babylon and World Cultural Heritage

05/18 | An Iraqi Oil Ministry plan to extend an oil pipeline through ancient Babylon presents a major threat to the cultural heritage of one of the ancient world’s most important cities.   Read more…

Babylonian Talmud Translated into Arabic

05/17 | After a controversial six-year-long translation project, a Jordanian think tank based in Amman published an Arabic translation of the Babylonian Talmud. After gaining enthusiastic responses to the project from the   Read more…

Dead Sea Scrolls In Philadelphia

05/17 | The Franklin Institute’s Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Ancient Times exhibit presents one of the most comprehensive collections of ancient artifacts from Israel ever organized, featuring twenty scrolls   Read more…

4,000 Year Old Texts Survive the Attacks of Time and 9/11

05/16 | 4,000 years ago, an official named Aradmu kept economic and social records of agrarian life and the economy near Nippur in southern Iraq. After having been looted from Iraq, smuggled   Read more…


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