A 4th century BC vase discovered at et-Tell (Bethsaida?) has a depiction of an image copied from the Parthenon in Athens.
Haaretz (premium): “A team of Israeli scientists and archaeologists has embarked on a massive four-year project to accurately radiocarbon-date the complex layers of ancient Jerusalem.”
A stele from the reign of Ramses II has been discovered at San al-Hagar.
ASOR Blog: “What were the types of musicians and instruments in Ancient Egypt, how were they used, and where did they come from?”
How do scholars reconstruct the rules for ancient board games?
The Spring 2018 issue of DigSight includes reports on the Fourth Expedition to Lachish, ecology on ancient seals, and more.
Scott Stripling reports on Week Two of the winter’s work processing material from Khirbet el-Maqatir.
Leon Mauldin writes of the possible connection between the apostle Paul and Gush Halav in Galilee.
Wayne Stiles is leading a tour to Israel this October.
HT: Joseph Lauer, Agade, Ted Weis, Charles Savelle