Lachish (Walking in Their Sandals) Gives
easy-to-read information on the location, biblical
significance, etc. Features links to photographs
and on-line scripture references.
Royal City of the Kingdom of Judah (Israel MFA)
history of both the Canaanite and
Israelite cities. Copy of this page at Jewish
The Ghosts of Tel Lachish (Jerusalem Post
article) Written by licensed tour guide Allan
Rabinowitz, this description of the tel is both vibrant
and accurate. Focuses on a vivid description
of the Assyrian siege, including a description of Sennacherib's
Travel Study Program) Summarizes
the history, location, and archaeological finds
associated with the site. No pictures.
(BIBARCH) Features informative links
within the text to resources such as: scripture
references and relevant articles on
archaeological terms and periods. Also offers
a "Scripture Summary."
Jewish Magazine) A comprehensive look at the
history of Lachish, from the time of Joshua to
the Hellenistic period. Includes a lengthy
section on visiting Lachish with descriptions of the
Siege Ramp at Lachish (Dig the Bible)
Details the building of the siege ramp,
discussing the motivation for this method of warfare.
Links to other archaeological sites provide
background information on Sennacherib's attack and
other methods of warfare.
Ostracon #3 (Personal Page, K.C. Hanson)
Gives a technical description of this ancient document and
a translation of its text.
Lachish (Virtual Travels, Israel
Diary) The thoughts of one traveler on the
history of the site and important spiritual
lessons to be learned from Lachish.
(Lakhish) (Personal Page, Ancient Near East)
Limited text, but offers a beautiful aerial picture of
Tufnell (Palestine Exploration Fund) A
biographical sketch on one of the early excavators of Lachish who helped to
discover the Lachish Letters.