A Seleucid fortress has been discovered off the shore of Dor (Haaretz premium).
A new visitor’s center has been opened at Caesarea in four reconstructed vaults underneath Herod’s temple. They are hoping to double tourism to the site in the next six years.
Sara Toth Stub writes about the oasis of En Gedi in a feature piece from the Archaeology magazine.
Archaeologists working in Cairo have discovered a temple from the time of Nectanebo I.
Archaeological researchers believe that they have discovered the baptistery in the Hagia Sophia that was used to baptize Byzantine emperors.
A large marble head of Dionysus has been discovered in excavations of the ancient forum in Rome.
Brent Seales is about to conduct his first scans of Herculaneum scrolls in nearly a decade.
Appian Media has announced their upcoming projects, along with a way to support them by becoming a member.
The Biblical Archaeology Society has a sale on The Sacred Bridge, marking the second edition down to $90.
The Book and the Spade pulls out of their archive a 1983 interview with Gabriel Barkay, shortly after he discovered the silver amulets at Ketef Hinnom.
Wayne Stiles has launched a new podcast, “Live the Bible.”
Omer Frenkel is a professional narrator who has made recordings of the Hebrew Bible over the last 14 years. Steven Anderson has created convenient playlists (in English).
HT: Agade, Joseph Lauer, Keith Keyser