Dr. Claude Mariottini has posted his “Ten Important Archaeological Discoveries in 2008 Related to the Bible.” Since he beat me to it, I think I’ll not try to create my own list, but will give some of my thoughts on these finds. I’ll do that in the next few days. For now, you can read his list and follow the links.
Mariottini on the Top Ten Discoveries of 2008
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2 thoughts on “Mariottini on the Top Ten Discoveries of 2008”
Thank you for linking to post on the archaeological discoveries of 2008.
Since your blog also deals with archaeology, you should make your own selection and then,let us compare notes.
I enjoy reading your posts.
Thanks for the kind words, and for the great work on your blog.
I will create my own list, but I won’t pretend that I haven’t read yours! I’ll probably try to rank them by importance too, just to stir things up a bit.