By: David Rafael Moulis
According to the Hebrew Bible, Hezekiah “removed the high places, broke down the pillars and cut down the sacred pole” (2 Kings 18:4). What was Hezekiah’s religious reform like on the ground, and what were his motives?
By: Sarah K. Yeomans
Did the Antonine Plague influence shifts in religious practices at the end of the second century C.E.?
By: Christina Triantafillou
Excavations in the city of Cologne have uncovered the remains of Germany’s oldest library.
By: Robin Ngo
A recently published paper describes researchers using ancient ingredients to recreate ancient beers.
By: Trevor Bryce
In the latter part of the second millennium B.C., the Hittite empire was a Near Eastern superpower. Then, suddenly, the empire collapsed and Hattusa was invaded and destroyed.