Archaeologists have discovered a Crusader ship that wrecked in the harbor of Acco.
A replica of a 2,500-year-old ship discovered at Ma’agan Michael launched yesterday from Haifa.
That colossus they recently dug up belongs not to Ramses II, but to Psamtik (Psammetichus) I of the 26th Dynasty.
High-tech imaging is revealing the text of erased and recycled parchments at St. Catherine’s Monastery in the Sinai.
Carl Rasmussen has visited the Archaeology Museum of Nazareth and shares photos of Crusader capitals that depict scenes from the New Testament.
Philippe Bohstrom considers the problem of diving thieves who are looting antiquities from the ocean floor.
The Huis Marseille Museum of Photography in Amsterdam is hosting a spring exhibition about 19th-century photography in Egypt.
A World of Emotions: Ancient Greece, 700 BC – 200 AD has opened at the Onassis Cultural Center in New York.
The founder of Elad, the City of David Foundation, has been awarded the 2017 Israel Prize.
You can get caught up on what happened in the Gezer excavations last year by watching a 16-minute video.
How do you do math in Roman numerals?
After a successful fundraiser and launch of the initial episodes of “Following the Messiah,” Appian Media kicked off a new campaign to raise funds to complete the series. In the first few days, they’ve already raised more than half of their goal. You can pitch in here.
Jodi Magness will be lecturing on “The Archaeology of Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls” at William Jessup University on March 23. You can register here.
This week’s program on The Book and the Spade is an interview with Clyde Billington entitled, “Dead Sea Scrolls and the Sinai Inscription.”
Wayne Stiles is leading a trip to Israel this fall and there’s an early-bird discount if you sign up soon.
HT: Ted Weis, Charles Savelle, Agade, Joseph Lauer, Paleojudaica