Archaeologists are uncovering more of the Minoan palace of Zominthos in Crete.
Political instability is threatening many historical sites in Libya, including remains of the Roman Empire in the city of Sabrath.
Archaeologists have discovered a tomb from the 5th Dynasty in Abusir, Egypt.
John Swogger explains his work as an archaeological illustrator in using informational comics to explain various aspects of archaeology.
The proliferation of sinkholes along the Dead Sea shore has resulted in new life next to the briny waters.
Some priests in Jerusalem have reenacted the Sukkot water-libation ceremony in the City of David.
The Ancient Coins of Israel is an informative 10-minute video produced by the Friends of the Israel Antiquities Authority.
The annual Batchelder Conference at the University of Nebraska Omaha will be held on November 9-10. The Friday plenary address will be by Jodi Magness on her excavations at Huqoq. (No info online at the time of this posting.)
The Albright Institute has announced its lecture and workshop schedule for October and November.
Carl Rasmussen has written a couple of posts related to city gates, including its defense and illicit worship.
Ferrell Jenkins has created an index of his articles related to church history.
Here’s a photo to add to your lecture slides: the 1974 passport for Ramses II.
HT: Judi King, Ted Weis, Charles Savelle, Agade, Jared Clark