Tag: minoan

Myra, Turkey: St. Nicholas’s Christian Capital

01/26 | The fourth-century bishop of Myra, later canonized as St. Nicholas (and commonly remembered as Santa Claus), shaped the development of the Christian city before being buried at Myra.   Read more…

Posted in Biblical Archaeology Sites.

Bronze Age Figurine Resembles Rodin’s The Thinker

11/30 | A 3,800-year-old vessel unearthed during excavations in the Israeli town of Yehud bears a figurine that resembles French artist Rodin’s famed sculpture The Thinker.   Read more…

Posted in Daily Life and Practice, News.

Early Bronze Age: Megiddo’s Great Temple and the Birth of Urban Culture in the Levant

10/09 | Megiddo’s Great Temple is a structure that, according to its excavators, “has proven to be the most monumental single edifice so far uncovered in the EB I Levant and ranks   Read more…

Posted in Ancient Israel, News, The Ancient Near Eastern World.


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