Aren Maeir will be lecturing on the Philistines in Kansas City and Chicago later this month.
Carl Rasmussen ran into a pack of wild boar at Caesarea Philippi and some in his group managed to get photos. (I’ve managed the former but never the latter.)
Israeli police arrested five Jews attempting to sacrifice a goat at the Temple Mount for Passover.
A couple of tombs from the 26th Dynasty were discovered in Pr-Medjet. Luxor Times has photos.
The ruins of Palmyra have suffered from the Syrian civil war, and the New York Times provides an update.
The ASOR roundup has more stories from archaeology around the world.
Bibles-Online is a new site that allows you to view every page of rare and antique copies of the Scriptures, including the 1521 Erasmus Greek NT, the 1535 Coverdale Bible, the 1549 Matthew-Tyndale Bible, and others.
Wayne Stiles is offering a significant discount on his new audiobook this weekend before it is available at Audible.com. I’ve highly recommended the print version of Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus in the past and now the audiobook is available for less than $7.
HT: Jack Sasson, Charles Savelle