A British Museum team excavating in Sidon has discovered the remains of a Canaanite child and its funerary jar.
“A Hellenistic era temple which dates back to more than 2,000 years has been unearthed in archeological excavations in central Turkey.”
Electricians working near the Tiber River may have uncovered remains of one of the earliest churches in Rome.
Students at the University of Pennsylvania are studying the human remains of the ancient Gibeonites unearthed in the excavations of James Pritchard.
The founder of the Sinai Peninsula Research describes the recent survey project in light of the 150-year history of mapping the region.
A $1.2 million ancient Persian bas-relief must be returned to Iran, the New York Supreme Court ruled this week.
The Dunes Center in Guadalupe, CA, excavates and preserves “Egyptian artifacts” left in the desert by Cecil B. DeMille after filming The Ten Commandments in 1923.
Wayne Stiles explains why the Tel Dan Stele is so significant.
David Hansen addresses the difficult problems of biblical texts that speak of the tribe of Zebulun having seafront property.
Ferrell Jenkins notes the passing of Jack P. Lewis.
Leen Ritmeyer recommends a new video entitled “Solomon’s Temple Explained.”
Carl Rasmussen shares photos of the little-known “Tomb of the Royal Steward” in Jerusalem.
HT: Agade, Joseph Lauer, Ted Weis
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The video recommended by Leen Ritmeyer is very good. Incredible graphics and worthy of sharing.
Just some caution. It seems that the guy who developed this and other videos on his youtube channel is Mormon. Just a heads up in case this video is shared. No suprises.