The Passover sacrifice was reenacted recently by Jewish priests-in-training. The Times of Israel article includes a graphic 3-minute video.
Wayne Stiles explains how God connected Passover, redemption, and the Holy Land. He also shows how archaeology helps us to understand the Passion Week.
BibleX shares how one can illustrate the triumphal entry using photos from the Pictorial Library of Bible Lands.
The Temple Mount Sifting Project found a finger from an Egyptian statue last week.
Leen Ritmeyer was recently interviewed on “Cry for Zion.” His blog lists some of the questions he was asked.
The Gazelle Valley Urban Wildlife Park opened in Jerusalem last week.
A.D. The Bible Continues airs Sunday evening on NBC. A trailer is online.
David Laskin visits sites related to King Herod in a travel piece in the New York Times.
Archaeologists have discovered an ancient Egyptian brewery in Tel Aviv.
Passages opened yesterday in Santa Clarita, California.
The Egyptian Museum in Turin, Italy, has re-opened after a five-year restoration. This is the only museum entirely devoted to Egyptian culture outside of Egypt.
A new technology will reduce the length of time required for carbon-14 dating from six weeks to two days.
Accordance’s 20% off sale ends on Monday (with code Celeb2). That discount applies to our own photo collections, including The American Colony Collection ($30 off), Views That Have Vanished, and the new ones: Cultural Images of the Holy Land and Trees, Plants, and Flowers of the Holy Land.
HT: Agade, Ted Weis, Joseph Lauer
3 thoughts on “Weekend Roundup, Part 1”
I believe the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology in London is also entirely devoted to Egyptian culture and it too is outside of Egypt.
Note that if someone were to visit the L.A. area for the Passages exhibit in Santa Clarita,
they might also want to swing by the DSS exhibit at the California Science Center.
It's not clear from David Laskin's article on Herod that he contacted me to guide him and that we spent 3 days touring Herodian sites.