Stanford University researchers believe they’ve found evidence of the world’s oldest brewery in the Raqefet Cave, near Haifa.
Miriam Feinberg Vamosh writes about an ancient convent discovered at a possible site of Hannah’s tomb (Haaretz premium).
Haaretz (premium) has an article on the history of the pomegranate.
Aren Maeir will be teaching a MOOC entitled “Biblical Archaeology: The Archaeology of Ancient Israel and Judah” and a trailer is now out.
There is a conference today on Ctesiphon, and Ferrell Jenkins shares a photo from his visit to this city in Iraq.
Luke Chandler explains why there is an island in the Sea of Galilee now.
Leon Mauldin has written an illustrated post about the revolt of Libnah and Edom.
The Institute of Biblical Culture is offering new courses in October, including the Samaritan Pentateuch and Ancient Near Eastern Texts.
New from Oxford University Press: The Oxford Illustrated History of the Holy Land, edited by H. G. M. Williamson and Robert G. Hoyland.
HT: Ted Weis, Agade, Steven Anderson, Gordon Franz