Archaeologists working at el-Araj (Bethsaida?) discovered a lioness relief in a pile of debris.
Three Roman shipwrecks were discovered this week near Alexandria.
A ancient temple of Isis was discovered in excavations in Banha City in Egypt.
A new video shows an ancient fortress under the waters of Turkey’s Lake Van.
A new study of the cemetery of Qumran strengthens the argument that the site was inhabited by celibate men.
Elad has been granted the right to run the Davidson Center archaeological park south of the Temple
Mount (Haaretz premium).
Tourists can now enjoy virtual reality experiences when visiting Caesarea, Acco, and the underwater observatory in Eilat.
A colleague visited the Museum of the Bible for its opening weekend and offers some initial impressions.
If you’re looking for a unique gift for a lover of the ancient world, check out the Museum Shop (The Suq) at the Oriental Institute.
HT: Charles Savelle, Lois Tverberg, Joseph Lauer, Agade