Tag: ancient near east

First Person: My Final “First Person”

10/30 | After 42 years as Editor of Biblical Archaeology Review, Hershel Shanks will be retiring.   Read more…

Posted in Archaeologists, Biblical Scholars & Works.

The Terra Sancta Museum: A New Stop on the Via Dolorosa

10/30 | The Terra Sancta Museum in Jerusalem’s Old City sits on the Via Dolorosa (“Way of Sorrow”), the path, according to tradition, that Jesus walked before his crucifixion. Three new wings   Read more…

Posted in News, Exhibits/Events.

Hanging Gardens of Babylon … in Assyrian Nineveh

10/15 | The Hanging Gardens of Babylon may not be Babylonian after all—they may have been 300 miles to the north at Assyrian Nineveh, planted by Sennacherib at the start of the   Read more…

Posted in News, The Ancient Near Eastern World.


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