Tag: archaeological

Nehemiah—The Man Behind the Wall

09/17 | Few people are familiar with the Biblical figure Nehemiah, and yet he was instrumental in the rebuilding and reestablishment of Jerusalem in the fifth century B.C. following the Babylonian exile.   Read more…

Posted in People in the Bible.

The Iron Age I Structure on Mt. Ebal

08/01 | Aren Maeir reviews “The Iron Age I Structure on Mt. Ebal: Excavation and Interpretation” by Ralph K. Hawkins.   Read more…

Posted in Biblical Archaeology Sites, Reviews.

Was Biblical Israel an Egalitarian Society?

07/12 | Through most of the Iron Age (1200–586 B.C.E.), the heartland of Biblical Israel was the rugged central hill country, from northern Samaria to the Hebron hills south of Jerusalem. While   Read more…

Posted in Ancient Israel, Daily Life and Practice.


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