For the year that just concluded, this blog had 331 posts. We have now blogged here for five full years. The blog categories with the most posts are:
Yesterday we listed the top stories related to discoveries and technology. Today we conclude with three additional categories. Yesterday’s disclaimers apply here as well.
Significant Stories in 2010:
Fishing Banned in Sea of Galilee
Hurva Synagogue Dedicated (and photos)
Israel Imported Honeybees from Turkey (and here)
Qeiyafa Inscription Translation by Galil
Renovated Archaeology Wing of Israel Museum Reopens
New Paleo-Hebrew and Greek Fonts
Rachel’s Tomb: The Bible vs. Tradition
Palestine Park, Chautauqua, New York
The Dating of Mazar’s Wall (also here and here and here)
My Favorite (Old) Travel Resources
2010 Excavation Blogs
Favorite Resources in 2010:
Biblical Turkey: A Guide to the Jewish and Christian Sites of Asia Minor
A Visual Guide to Gospel Events
The Dead Sea Scrolls: A Full History
Carta Collection for Accordance
Review of the American Colony Collection
My Essays Elsewhere:
A New Theory on the Death of Herod Agrippa I
Does the Merneptah Stele Contradict Archaeology?
The Palace of David: A Flawed Proposal
As 2011 begins, we wish you all the best in the coming year.
5 thoughts on “More Top Stories of 2010”
Happy new year, Mr. Bolen. Actually, every story of yours is a "Top Story". It is always a pleasure to visit your blog.
Thanks for all the work you put into this blog. Where would we be without it? Looking forward to learning more from you throughout the new year.
A blessed year of newness to you, Todd.
This blog is one of my regular visits. Thanks for all the great info you provide.
Your blog is greatly appreciated. I don't know where you find time to keep up on all that you do – and do so well!
I just noticed that BiblePlaces.com was the top referring site to Gordon Govier's TB&TS blog, & I received the same WordPress stats last night too (my LMLK WordPress mirror). I'm sure there were plenty of other sites that received major 2010 traffic thanks to the way-cool, & highly relevant content on this one. Thanks a million!