Jun 9 Blog
By: Theodore Feder
A wall painting found in the House of the Physician in Pompeii contains the earliest known depiction of a Biblical scene. Two onlookers in the crowd appear to be the Greek philosophers Socrates and Aristotle, according to author Theodore Feder. What do the onlookers reveal about the place of Biblical culture in the Greco-Roman world?
Jul 11 Blog
By: Noah Wiener
What is the location of Tarshish, the Biblical source of the Phoenician silver trade? A Hacksilber Project study points to Spain and Sardinia as the Biblical world’s source of silver in the 10th century B.C.E., lending scientific credence to textual associations between Biblical Tarshish and modern Sardinia.
Jul 2 Blog
By: Reviews by William G. Dever and Aaron Burke
The Forgotten Kingdom by Israel Finkelstein traces the development of the northern kingdom of Israel to an earlier time associated with the reign of King Saul. The award-winning work is critically and independently reviewed by William G. Dever and Aaron Burke.
Jul 24 Blog
By: Biblical Archaeology Society Staff
Each of these eight lectures by Professor William G. Dever was created specially for readers of Biblical Archaeology Review. Each is a gem. The lectures are illustrated with pictures, maps and plans from Professor Dever's personal photos as well as photos from leading archaeological photographers. This course is for the beginner as well as the seasoned reader of Biblical Archaeology Review and for everyone in between. It is understandable for those coming to the subject for the first time and newly insightful for the advanced student.
Jan 25 Blog
By: Reviewed by Harold Brodsky
Harold Brodsky reviews "The Sacred Bridge: Carta’s Atlas of the Biblical World" by Anson F. Rainey and R. Steven Notley.
Jan 13 Blog
By: Reviewed by Jane M. Cahill
Jane M. Cahill reviews "Jerusalem Besieged: From Ancient Canaan to Modern Israel" by Eric H. Cline.