Tag: First Temple Period

First Temple Period Inscription May Preserve Biblical Name

08/21 | A ceramic bowl with an inscription that may allude to a Biblical figure was recently uncovered among thousands of First Temple period pottery sherds, clay lamps and figurines near Jerusalem’s   Read more…

Posted in Inscriptions, Jerusalem, News.

The Walls of the Temple Mount (2 vols.)

06/07 | Shimon Gibson reviews “The Walls of the Temple Mount (2 vols.)” by Eilat Mazar (with Y. Shalev, P. Reuven, J. Steinberg and B. Balogh).   Read more…

Posted in Reviews.

Proto-Aeolic Capital Kept Quiet—But Why?

04/23 | Archaeologist Binyamin Tropper recently discovered a proto-aeolic capital still attached to its column in a cave south of Jerusalem. Apparently the IAA has known about the proto-aeolic capital and column   Read more…

Posted in Biblical Archaeology Sites, News.


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