Tag: archaeological

Queen of the Philistines: Trude Dothan (1922–2016)

02/02 | Trude Dothan, the doyenne of Philistine archaeology, passed away recently at the age of 93. In commemoration of her pioneering achievements, eight BAR articles have been made free and publicly   Read more…

Posted in Archaeologists, Biblical Scholars & Works, News.

Ancient Egyptian Diseases: Oldest Case of Scurvy?

01/22 | A nearly 6,000-year-old infant skeleton uncovered at the ancient settlement of Nag el-Qarmila in Egypt may provide the earliest attested evidence of scurvy.   Read more…

Posted in News, The Ancient Near Eastern World.

To Jerusalem: Pilgrimage Road Identified?

01/18 | Archaeologists Yotam Tepper and Yigal Tepper describe what they believe to be a stone road about 10 miles northwest of Jerusalem on which ancient Jews would make their Jerusalem pilgrimage.   Read more…

Posted in Ancient Israel.


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