Exhibits/Events

Exhibits/Events

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 […]

Jun 1

The Thinker from Yehud

By: BAS Staff

Through January 1, 2021 The Israel Museum, Jerusalem www.imj.org.il Millennia later, and still thinking … Sitting atop a ceramic jug in silent reflection, this figurine […]