Tag: archaeological

Classical Corner: A Subterranean Surprise in the Roman Catacombs

02/15 | What are 1,300 non-Christian burials dating to the second century C.E. doing in the middle of one of Rome’s most important Christian catacombs?   Read more…

Posted in Post-Biblical Period.

A First Temple Period Palatial Estate Near Jerusalem?

02/13 | Archaeologists excavating at Ein Hanniya outside of Jerusalem unearthed seventh-century B.C.E. finds that suggest the presence of a palace in the First Temple period.   Read more…

Posted in News, Jerusalem.

What Were the Ancient Olympics Like?

02/08 | Beginning in 776 B.C. as a simple foot race, the quadrennial Olympic Games grew—during a span of 1,200 years—into the most prestigious athletic/religious festival of the Greek-speaking world. The feats   Read more…

Posted in Daily Life and Practice.


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