The Times of Israel reports on the excavations of Kiriath Jearim, including the large platform wall they have discovered.
The archaeologists of Abel Beth Maacah provide a lavishly illustrated account of their first six years of excavation.
A preliminary excavation report for Tel Yarmuth (biblical Jarmuth) describes the massive Early Bronze walls and plans to make a new archaeological park.
Two new exhibits are opening next week at the Hecht Museum at the University of Haifa.
The Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem has announced their spring lecture schedule. I suspect that all are in Hebrew.
Erez Speiser explains the four paths to get to the top of Masada.
The latest of Ferrell’s Favorite Fotos is a blended shot of the Jezreel Valley from an airplane.
Snow fell in Jerusalem this week for the first time in several years.
Thousands of Orthodox Christians celebrated Epiphany at the Jordan River yesterday.
Eisenbrauns has a sale on its titles in the History, Archaeology, and Culture of the Levant series.
Die Ikonographie Palästinas/Israels und der Alte Orient (IPIAO). Eine Religionsgeschichte in Bildern Band 4: Die Eisenzeit bis zum Beginn der achämenidischen Herrschaft (The Iconography of Palestine/Israel and the Ancient Near East. A History of Religion in Pictures), by Silvia Schroer (970pp), is now available for purchase or as a free pdf.
HT: Agade, Joseph Lauer, Chris McKinny, Ted Weis, Charles Savelle