Inside BAR

January/February 2018

If you’re interested in excavating in 2018, the January/February 2018 Dig Issue of Biblical Archaeology Review is the place for you! Discover excavation opportunities and recent archaeological discoveries throughout the Biblical world in BAR. Investigate two of the earliest Hebrew inscriptions from Jerusalem, basalt vessels from Hazor, and musical instruments that would have accompanied the Psalms. Then jump forward it time to visit an ancient landfill in Jerusalem from the time of Jesus, learn about the apostle Paul’s vision of an ideal society, and explore the Roman catacombs.

Visit us online at Bible History Daily to see the latest news in Biblical archaeology, as well as additional articles and videos about key Bible and archaeology topics, including an exclusive post by George Washington University professor Christopher Rollston on “The King of Judah, Jars of Wine, and the City of Jerusalem.” Visit our Find a Dig website for detailed information about excavations seeking volunteers, and hear from our 2017 scholarship recipients, who volunteered last summer at ancient sites throughout the Biblical world. Be sure to explore the BAS Library, which features every article ever published in BAR, Bible Review and Archaeology Odyssey, all footnoted articles in BAR Notables and Special Collections of articles curated by BAS editors.

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