After 31 years of hosting The Book & The Spade, Gordon Govier shares some personal reflections.
An aging Lebanese potter laments the passing of his craft.
Archaeologists have found evidence of the “plague of Cyprian.”
Satellite images from the US State Department’s Cultural Heritage Center “document the scale of destruction that looters continue to inflict on archaeological heritage sites during the ongoing conflict in Syria.”
Identifying a complete set of Edward Robinson’s Biblical Researches in Palestine at archive.org is a bit confusing, but David Stark has posted links to volumes 1 and 2 (3 volumes from 1841 in a 2-volume set, 2nd/11th eds.) and volume 3 (the 1856 volume, Later Biblical Researches, 11th ed.).
Now on pre-pub for Logos Bible Software: Near East Archaeological Society Bulletin (1958–2013) (78 issues) – $99.95.
ASOR’s Archaeology Weekly Roundup has more.
I’ll be traveling the better part of the next two weeks and will not be posting much. If they discover an archive at Hazor, Gezer, or Gath, I’m sure that one of my fellow contributors will let you know.
HT: Charles Savelle, Jack Sasson, Joseph Lauer, Ted Weis