Egypt announced the discovery of two private 18th-dynasty tombs in Luxor yesterday.
Heath D. Dewrell provides an introduction to child sacrifice in Israel that is based on his recent monograph on the subject.
The Jewish Week interviews Lawrence Schiffman about his involvement with the Dead Sea Scrolls.
The Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society has posted its schedule of spring lectures.
Writing on Forbes, Sarah Bond suggests five ways to listen to the music of the ancient world.
With Germany’s refusal to recognize Israeli ownership of the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Israel Antiquities Authority is not allowing any scrolls to be part of a special exhibit at the Bible Museum in Frankfurt.
This week on The Land and the Book with Charlie Dyer: a discussion on Biblical Customs and Curiosities with George Knight.
Tel Lachish and Tel ‘Eton are the latest stops on the tour schedule of Israel’s Good Name.
Ferrell Jenkins shares a photo of a new scene he saw on his last visit to Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity.
If you’ve ever wondered how an expert restores dozens of pottery sherds into an intact vessel, watch this short video.
Check out this site if you’re interested in touring southern Jordan on a bike. Or ride your bike 850 miles (1,400 km) in the Holyland Challenge from Mount Hermon to Eilat.
HT: Joseph Lauer, Agade, A.D. Riddle