Tag: middle bronze age

Sifting Antiquity on the Temple Mount Sifting Project

10/20 | Archaeological excavations are prohibited on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, though one project—the Temple Mount Sifting Project—has been analyzing soil that came from the Temple Mount since 2004. Learn the   Read more…

Posted in Temple at Jerusalem.

Ancient Greek Human Sacrifice at Mountaintop Altar?

08/18 | A 3,100-year-old human burial was found at a mountaintop altar to Zeus in Greece. Is this an example of an ancient Greek human sacrifice? Archaeologist Dan Diffendale reports on the   Read more…

Posted in Daily Life and Practice, News.

The Renewed Excavations at Tel Dan

07/29 | After a four-year hiatus, the Hebrew Union College is back excavating at Tel Dan, the site where the famous Tel Dan inscription—the first extra-Biblical evidence of King David—was discovered.   Read more…

Posted in Archaeology Today.

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