Tag: Biblical Archaeology

Biblical archaeology is a branch of archaeology dealing with the archaeology of Biblical lands that informs our understanding of the Bible and/or the historicity of Biblical events.

Early Christian Art Symbols Endure after Iconoclast Attack

04/13 | Depictions of fish and fishermen can be found in the colorful floor mosaics at the sixth-century C.E. basilica at Horvat Beit Loya. The mosaics were defaced by iconoclasts in the   Read more…

Posted in Post-Biblical Period.

The Roman House and the Neo-Assyrian Empire: Two D.C.-Area Lectures

04/07 | The Washington, D.C.-area Biblical Archaeology Society of Northern Virginia and Biblical Archaeology Forum will be hosting the lectures “Theatrical Scenes in Roman Houses” (April 12, 2015) and “Extreme Violence Under   Read more…

Posted in Exhibits/Events, News.

Biblical Lachish

04/03 | Larry G. Herr reviews “Biblical Lachish: A Tale of Construction, Destruction, Excavation and Restoration” by David Ussishkin.   Read more…

Posted in Reviews.


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