I’m traveling this month, and this will be the last roundup before Thanksgiving. If you’re at SBL, come find us in the exhibition hall (booth #411).
Corinth’s Lechaion port has been discovered and it is impressively large.
The British Museum plans to allow you to print 3D artifacts at home.
Elad is appealing a ruling that prevents it from running the Jerusalem Archaeological Park along the southern end of the Temple Mount.
Brian M. Howell reviews Walking Where Jesus Walked: American Christians and Holy Land Pilgrimage for Christianity Today.
With the resident of the Amphipolis Tomb now being studied, the excavation has been concluded.
Robert Cargill critiques Simcha Jacobovici’s claim that he discovered the nails of Jesus’ crucifixion.
He concludes that it is “nothing but religious profiteering.” Another reviewer calls it a “sensationalist money-making scheme.”
Volume 2 of the Khirbet Qeiyafa Excavation Report is now available.
Leen Ritmeyer continues his series showing the Temple Mount through the ages, including during the times of Hezekiah and the Hasmoneans.
Ferrell Jenkins links to a video showing flash flooding in the Qumran area. He also notes some restoration work in the Protestant Cemetery on Mount Zion.
Mari is being looted while under ISIS control.
The Wall Street Journal has a video about plans to open Carchemish to tourists in the spring. The site
is only 60 feet away from the control of ISIS. (See here for the transcript.)
HT: Explorator, Ted Weis, Agade, Charles Savelle