01/15 | The Ophel in Jerusalem sits at the heart of Biblical archaeology. The site’s rich research history stretches back to Charles Warren in the 1860s, and the Ophel continues to yield Read more…
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Listen to Gabriel Barkay outline ten key points all scholars should agree on in judging issues of authenticity of artifacts.
Biblical Archaeology Society Staff
Since its discovery more than 130 years ago, the Cyrus Cylinder has been a striking example of an archaeological artifact that independently confirms a Biblical account.
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Dorothy D. Resig
Dorothy D. Resig reviews "Louis C. Tiffany and the Art of Devotion" edited by Patricia C. Pongracz.