Excavations in Hebron have already revealed an Iron Age house, artifacts from the 10th century, and Second Temple period items.
Nadav Shragai writes in Israel HaYom on recent Temple Mount discoveries that have not been publicized.
Plans are underway for a new museum at Petra.
The Rapid City Journal recounts how a collection of cuneiform tablets came to be in the collection of Black Hills State University in South Dakota.
National Geographic presents “Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology,” a new exhibition coming to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.
Ferrell Jenkins has posted several entries recently in his Visualizing Isaiah series: a skirt of sackcloth, trusting in horses and chariots, and a booth in a vineyard.
Jerusalem’s Biblical Zoo has welcomed a new male lion to replace the one who died last year.
ASOR has a roundup of stories from around the world.
HT: Joseph Lauer, Charles Savelle, Jack Sasson