A few spaces remain for this summer’s excavations at Shiloh.
Aren Maeir posts some new aerial photos of Gath.
David Bivin has updated his article on the history and identification of Emmaus.
Carl Rasmussen visits Nabi Shu’ayb, the holiest Druze site in Israel.
The village of Aphrodito provides a glimpse at daily life in southern Egypt in the 6th century AD.
Zahi Hawass identifies three tunnels in the Sphinx.
A newly published inscription describes the Assyrian king “Sargon’s conquest, occupation, and reorganization of Karkemish, including his rebuilding the city with ritual ceremonies usually reserved for royal palaces in capital cities.”
An Italian team is planning to begin a partial restoration of Persepolis.
A team from Greece is photographing thousands of ancient manuscripts at St. Catherine’s Monastery in Sinai.
“More than 300 artifacts from Queen Nefertari’s tomb are part of the National Geographic Museum exhibit ‘Queens of Egypt,’ which is on view in Washington through September 15.”
The May/June issue of Biblical Archaeology Review includes articles on the Huqoq Synagogue, dogs in the biblical world, and the Assyrians.
The Biblical Archaeology Society is having a DVD Blowout Sale, with prices marked down 60-75%.
HT: Agade, Joseph Lauer, Ted Weis, Chris McKinny, Steven Anderson