Archaeological Articles on Jerusalem

The Bible and Interpretation has posted a new section that collects articles written in the last several years related to the archaeology of Jerusalem. If you missed any of them, this might be a good chance to catch up.

Jerusalem Syndrome in Archaeology By Yuval Goren

Jerusalem in the 10th / 9th centuries BC By Margreet Steiner

The Final Days of Jesus: What Can Archaeology Tell Us? By Shimon Gibson

Was Jerusalem a Trade Center in the Late Iron Age? By Juan Manuel Tebes

The Temple Mount in Jerusalem During the First Temple Period: An Archaeologist’s View By David Ussishkin

Identifying King David’s Palace: Mazar’s Flawed Reading of the Biblical Text By Todd Bolen

The Persian conquest of Jerusalem (614 CE) – An Archaeological Assessment By Gideon Avni


One thought on “Archaeological Articles on Jerusalem

  1. I am a former archaeologist who worked in Israel with Dr. Netzer for a number of years. I currently pastor in the US and was looking for a photo for a blog I was writing when I came upon your excellent blog. I must say, this is a wonderful resource, great reading and almost makes me desire to get back into archaeology! Thanks for taking the time to do the research. – Frank

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The BiblePlaces Blog provides updates and analysis of the latest in biblical archaeology, history, and geography. Unless otherwise noted, the posts are written by Todd Bolen, PhD, Professor of Biblical Studies at The Master’s University.


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