Tag: Hebrew Language

Biblical Archaeology: Whither and Whence

02/09 | Giants in Biblical archaeology, Eric and Carol Meyers sit down with BAR’s editor to discuss the past 40 years of the field. Read the full interview as it appears in   Read more…

Posted in Biblical Archaeology Topics.

Three Takes on the Oldest Hebrew Inscription

08/08 | In the May/June 2012 BAR, epigrapher Christopher A. Rollston considered four contenders as candidates for the oldest Hebrew inscription. Rollston’s thoughtful discussion was met by dissenting responses from distinguished archaeological   Read more…

Posted in Scholar’s Study.

King Solomon’s Two-Buck Chuck

01/03 | Gershon Galil recently proposed that Jerusalem’s oldest inscription is in Hebrew and it refers to a cheap type of wine.   Read more…

Posted in Jerusalem, News.

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