Tag: archaeology and the bible
01/15 | The Penn Museum’s new exhibit The Golden Age of King Midas will showcase objects from a spectacular tomb believed to belong to King Midas’s father from Gordion in Turkey. Read more…
01/12 | How many people mentioned in the Hebrew Bible have been confirmed archaeologically? Lawrence Mykytiuk reveals the surprising number—from Israelite kings to Mesopotamian monarchs—and some lesser figures as well. Read more…
Posted in People in the Bible.
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- Solomon, Socrates and Aristotle
- Understanding the Jewish Menorah
- Beth Shean in the Bible and Archaeology
- The Siloam Pool: Where Jesus Healed the Blind Man
- First Person: Is “Bible” a Dirty Word?
- The Cave of Elijah the Prophet under Threat?
- Jeremiah, Prophet of the Bible, Brought Back to Life
- The Shema‘ Yisrael
- Iron Age Gate and Fortifications Uncovered at Philistine Gath