By: BAS Staff
In 2018, Christie’s Auction House sold an ancient Assyrian relief for $31 million, setting a new world record for Assyrian art.
By: Megan Sauter
Győző Vörös details the restoration work taking place at Machaerus—giving archaeological context to the New Testament episode featuring Princess Salome and John the Baptist.
By: Beth Ann Judas
The Archaeological Museum in Nauplion, Greece, is a must-visit. The centerpiece of the museum’s collection is the Dendra Panoply, a complete bronze suit of body armor.
By: Abby VanderHart
Virtual Reality technology has been helping tourists understand ancient sites by allowing them to view a simulated 3D environment through a headset.
By: Michael D. Danti, Darren P. Ashby, Marina Gabriel, and Susan Penacho
Between January 20–22, 2018, the early Iron Age temple at Tell Ain Dara in Syria—considered to be a close parallel to the Temple of Solomon—suffered large-scale damage. Read a special report by ASOR’s Cultural Heritage Initiatives that documents the damage.