ISIS has destroyed the Arch of Triumph in Palmyra.
The destruction of ancient monuments will now be considered a war crime in trials at The Hague.
An interdisciplinary team of scientists want to dig beneath the popular version of Pompeii to discover what life was really like.
Here’s more on the new lines discovered from the Gilgamesh Epic.
“Persepolis: Images of an Empire” is a special exhibit that opens next week at the Oriental Institute Museum.
Mordechai Aviam critiques Eldad Keynan’s recent article on the
“miqveh” in Upper Galilee.
The Jewish Chronicle catches up with Ron Tappy four years after he concluded excavations at Tel Zayit.
Howard R. Feldman shares a personal recollection about the Jehoash Affair on the ASOR Blog.
The Amphipolis tomb may have been the funeral shrine for Hephaestion, the closest friend of
Alexander the Great.
The Oxford Archaeology Image Database currently has 700 photos from nearly 30 sites in Iraq and it is seeking more contributions.
The first rainfall this season in Israel led to flash flood warnings in the Judean wilderness.
Netanyahu has suspended approval for the building of a museum in the Western Wall plaza.
Was the star of Bethlehem a comet? A new book makes a strong case.
A German team will repair a botched epoxy job on King Tut’s beard.
Leen Ritmeyer takes the New York Times to task for shoddy research on the Temple Mount.
Rachel Hallotte has dug up some interesting items from the attic of the Albright Institute.
HT: Agade, Ted Weis