Exhibits/Events

Exhibits/Events

Abydos Ramses II Offering Gifts to Gods

Mar 29

The Pharaohs’ Golden Parade

By: Jonathan Laden

On April 3rd, 22 royal mummies are being transferred with great fanfare from Cairo's Egyptian Museum to Fustat's National Museum of Egyptian Civilization It is The Pharaohs' Golden Parade where the main celebrities are all long dead. Egypt is holding the procession to transfer the mummies of 18 pharaohs and 4 queens to their new permanent home at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat.

sepphoris-mona-lisa

Jan 22

BASONOVA—Archaeology in Israel: Where the Past Meets the Present

By: BAS Staff

Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 8 pm EST via Zoom *This is not a BAS event. For information or questions please email [email protected]* Eric Meyers […]

Jan 4

BASONOVA—Egyptian Rule and Canaanite Resistance as Seen from Jaffa

By: Michele Barasso

BASONOVA and DC Chapter of ARCE  invite You to Join a Zoom Lecture Wednesday, January 6, 2021 at 8 pm EST via Zoom Egyptian Rule and […]

Ancient Grafiti

Dec 14

BASONOVA Writing on the Wall

By: BAS Staff

    BAF and BASONOVA Invite You to Join a Zoom Lecture Just like their neighbors throughout the eastern and southern Mediterranean, Mesopotamia, Arabia, and […]

Nov 22

BASONOVA—Wandering Arameans in Egypt

By: Biblical Archaeology Society Staff

  BAF and BASONOVA Invite You to Join a Zoom Lecture The Hebrew Bible views Egypt as the location of both slavery and refuge. The […]

Sea Peoples in the Promised Land

Nov 6

BASONOVA–Sea Peoples in the Promised Land

By: BAS Staff

Recent archaeological evidence unearthed in Israel and on Cyprus has shed new light on the Philistines, a leading tribe in the confederation the Egyptians termed […]

Sep 24

23rd Annual Bible and Archaeology Fest: Virtual for 2020

By: Michele Barasso

  Sign up for two full days of live lectures via Zoom from world leading Bible scholars and archaeologists. Join in via computer, tablet, or […]

Salome Premier

Sep 17

Actual Palace of Herod Antipas Stars in Opera

By: Jonathan Laden

Because of the pandemic The Hungarian State Opera could only have one performance of Salome at the Erkel Theatre, so they decided to make it […]

Aug 10

BASONOVA–Food, Glorious Food! Home Cooking in Ancient Israel

By: BAS Staff

The subject of food has taken a central role on the cultural stage. There are numerous podcasts, television and radio shows, celebrity chefs, and even […]

Ishtar Gate

Jul 31

Virtual Museum Tours

By: Megan Sauter

In light of the global pandemic, museums throughout the world have closed their physical doors. Yet rather than pausing their educational mission, many have opened […]