By: Aren M. Maeir
Evolution of a Taboo: Pigs and People in the Ancient Near East By Max D. Price (Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 2020), xxii + 312 pp., […]
By: Jennie Ebeling
William G. Dever's book, "Has Archaeology Buried the Bible" looks at the history of biblical archaeology. Archaeological discoveries, Dever argues, have brought about a revolution in our understanding of the Bible, although not necessarily by proving the historicity of pivotal biblical events.
By: Joseph L. Rife
A Walk to Caesarea: A Historical-Archaeological Perspective By Joseph Patrich (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society and Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, 2018), xii + 174 pp., 193 ill. […]
By: John D.M. Green
As any archaeologist will tell you, being an eyewitness to discovery, especially something that might rewrite history, is a special thrill. This was the case […]
By: Thomas E. Levy
Review: My Nine Lives—Sixty Years in Israeli and Biblical Archaeology By William G. Dever (Atlanta: SBL Press, 2020), pp. 233, 57 figures Reviewed by Thomas […]
By: Kenneth Atkinson
Masada: From Jewish Revolt to Modern Myth By Jodi Magness (Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 2019), 288 pp., $29.95 (hardcover) Reviewed by Kenneth Atkinson Trapped atop […]
By: Zeba Crook
Paula Fredriksen's driving question? How did a thoroughly Jewish millenarian “kingdom” movement become a Gentile movement planning for a future what was never supposed to have come?
By: Edward L. Greenstein
Bedouin Culture in the Bible By Clinton Bailey (New Haven, CT: Yale Univ. Press, 2018), 278 pp., 28 b/w illus., $55.00 (hardcover) Reviewed by Edward […]