By: Nathan Steinmeyer
While excavating a house dated to the reign of King David, an archaeology team made a shocking discovery, a cache of 29 fossilized shark teeth […]
By: Boaz Gross
Tel Beth Shemesh was one of the first biblical sites to be excavated in the Land of Israel. The site is perched on a low […]
By: Megan Sauter
Laodicea was a wealthy city in western Turkey that flourished for centuries. Why does the author of the Book of Revelation call the church of Laodicea “lukewarm”—neither hot nor cold? Recent excavations at the site might provide the answer.
By: Marek Dospěl
Jewish ritual purity as practiced in different historical periods continues to be a hot topic in Judaic and Biblical Studies. The Late Second Temple period […]
By: Robin Ngo
Off the shores of Nicea, archaeologists have uncovered a basilica, which stands over what appears to be an earlier church. Could this church be where the famous Council of Nicea first met in 325 C.E.?