Noah Wiener has a follow-up article on the spring tunnel discovered in the Rephaim Valley. He includes a great photo of the tunnel.
Zachi Zweig disagrees with Leen Ritmeyer’s dating of the newly revealed course of ashlar stones on the Temple Mount. He dates it to the Early Islamic period.
A woman has turned over to the IAA a large collection of pottery discovered by a relative in the Mediterranean Sea.
The winter dig at Khirbet el-Maqatir began in the snow. They spent several weeks excavating three caves.
The ancient Myceneans once used portable grills at their picnics.
Archaeologists have discovered grain from the Neolithic period at Çatalhöyük.
The report for the 2013 excavation season at Tall el-Hammam is now online.
The first two volumes of NGSBA Archaeology are available for download. (NGSBA = Nelson Glueck School of Biblical Archaeology.)
Just published: The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Levant: c. 8000-332 BCE, edited by
Margreet L. Steiner and Ann E. Killebrew. Oxford University Press. 912 pages. $165.
Wayne Stiles explains how to make the maps in your Bible atlas fully searchable.
HT: Joseph Lauer, Tim Graham, Jack Sasson