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.
05/19 | Excavation staff member Marta Lorenzon provides a look into the creation of new mudbricks to conserve the ancient walls at Tell Timai. Read more…
05/18 | What does the ancient Aegean world in the west have to do with the Biblical world in the east? Quite a lot, according to Aegean archaeology specialist Louise Hitchcock. Read more…
Posted in The Ancient Near Eastern World.
- Lawrence H. Schiffman on the Dead Sea Scrolls’ History
- TV Series “Dig” Delivers Drama
- Eunuchs in the Bible
- Roman Baths and Royal Assassinations: Two D.C.-Area Lectures
- Computer Program Learning to Read Paleo-Hebrew Letters
- Is the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife a Fake?
- Shroud of Turin Exhibit Opens in Turin, Italy
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- Early Christian Art Symbols Endure after Iconoclast Attack
- The Roman House and the Neo-Assyrian Empire: Two D.C.-Area Lectures