Tag: paleographer

The November/December 2012 Biblical Archaeology Review

10/11 | With the holiday season (and all of the associated feasting) upon us, we took a cue from the candy, cookies and turkeys and stuffed the November/December 2012 issue of BAR   Read more…

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Writing and Literacy in the World of Ancient Israel

06/14 | Did ancient Israelites write? Is there evidence apart from the Hebrew Bible? If so, what did they write? And who could write? Inscriptions on stone, notes and scribbles on pots   Read more…

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“Brother of Jesus” Proved Ancient and Authentic

06/13 | WASHINGTON D.C. (June 13, 2012)—A new analysis and new evidence proves that the controversial “Brother of Jesus” inscription on an ancient bone box, or ossuary, is authentic, according to the   Read more…

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