A Greco-Roman building uncovered in northern Sinai was used as a seat for the ancient Senate.
King Tut’s gilded coffin has been transferred from Luxor to the new Grand Egyptian Museum where it will be restored before being put on display. New images have been released before the restoration begins.
Sara Ahmed reports on the Egyptian Collection at Leiden’s Rijksmuseum.
A salvage project in Cyprus has uncovered a large Hellenistic-era sanctuary.
The new archaeological museum at Troy has opened, and Carl Rasmussen has photos.
A statue of Alexander the Great, long lost in a museum storage room, has recently been re-discovered.
Gordon Franz has posted a new article: The apostle Paul and Dr. Luke on the Island of Cost: Sin, Sickness, and Death.
Sarah Parcak’s new book, Archaeology from Space, looks at the use of technology in archaeology.
Bryan Windle’s latest in the Footsteps series is “Three Things in Babylon Daniel Likely Saw.”
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