In Christianity Today, Gordon Govier has identified “Biblical Archaeology’s Top 10 Discoveries of 2017.” He and I discuss his article in the latest The Book and the Spade.
Haaretz has produced a list of stories they published each month.
Atlas Obscura identifies “the 50 Greatest Finds of 2017” from all parts of the globe.
Bible History Daily posts a list of the top 10 blog posts that received the most web traffic in 2017, but none are related to an archaeological discovery this year.
Live Science has created a slide show of the “big year” that 2017 was for biblical archaeologists.
Bryan Windle has compiled a list of top ten discoveries in biblical archaeology based on his weekly updates for the Associates for Biblical Research.
The International Business Times has published a list of the 11 most significant archaeological discoveries of the year.
What did we miss? If you see any other lists, add a comment below or send me an email and I will update this list.
We wish a happy new year to all our readers!