Emek Shaveh is requesting that the plans for renovation in the Jewish Quarter include opening the massive Nea Church from the Byzantine period.
The controversy continues over whether the Muslims can open the Golden Gate to worshippers.
The Karaite community is concerned that the proposed Jerusalem cable car will desecrate its ancient cemetery.
Mark Barnes explains why Jesus was crucified outside Jerusalem.
Ferrell shares a favorite photo this week of the Dead Sea.
Israel’s Good Name shares nature photos from his hike along Nahal Alexander.
A clever vandal spray-painted on the ancient synagogue of Merom, “This holy place will not be desecrated.”
The water level of the Sea of Galilee has risen above the lower red line for the first time in two years.
A study of the mountain fortress of Sela confirms the importance of the site in the Iron II period.
Video: An archaeologist is using drone imagery to track tomb looting in Jordan.
The Department of Antiquities of Jordan has made some great resources available for free online, including the Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan and Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan.
HT: Explorator, Agade, Chris McKinny, Paleojudaica
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Wow, the Jordan DoA publications is a fantastic find. I have a long list of articles I was planning to copy/scan from SHAJ volumes but now I don't have to. Thank you.