The LMLK Blogspot has posted a video tour of the new “Motherland of Religions: The Eastern Mediterranean in Late Prehistory” exhibit at El Camino College, including displays of artifacts from Hebron and Khirbet el-Qom.
Wayne Stiles explains how the ordinary becomes extraordinary in the Valley of Elah.
In a recent Israel Roundup, Shmuel Browns looks at the Rockefeller Museum, the BBC, and the Jerusalem Botanic Garden.
Haaretz is doing its best to embarrass the left-wing Tel Aviv University by showing its indirect connections to the right-wing Elad in its excavations in the City of David. (And unlike most of their articles, they’ve made this one free for maximum exposure.)
Shimon Gibson reviews Eilat Mazar’s The Walls of the Temple Mount in a BAR article now online.
We don’t plan to write much on this blog for the next couple of weeks, but we’ll try to catch up on the most important stories when we do.
HT: Joseph Lauer