The latest LandMinds program features Wheaton professor Daniel Master concerning his excavations of Ashkelon. This year they are focusing on periods before and after the Philistine occupation.
Another recent LandMinds program interviews Amnon Ben-Tor, excavator of Hazor. The second part of the show features the directors of the survey and excavation team of Tel Burna (Bornat), possible biblical Libnah.
Over on PaleoBabble, Michael Heiser has announced a new online institute in which you can study the Bible, the ancient languages, ancient history, and more for a very low price.
In Jeremiah 32, the Lord tells the prophet to purchase a plot of land even though the Babylonians are about to conquer the city. If you want to see how archaeological background can help us to understand the details of a biblical story, check out Gordon Franz’s “archaeological exposition” of the passage.
360Cities has some beautiful panoramas from Egypt, including the Pyramids in Giza and the Karnak Temple in Luxor.
If you haven’t had a chance to walk through the sewers of ancient Jerusalem, Ferrell Jenkins is guiding tours today.