A Times of Israel article discusses the newly deciphered Moabite inscription found an an altar from Ataroth.
With international tourism to Lebanon on the rise, there is a new interest in preserving the country’s cultural heritage.
Claudine Dauphin has been trying to figure out how Umm ar-Rasas, in the semi-arid steppe of central Jordan, was able to survive, including in the Byzantine period when it included 16 Byzantine churches.
The July issue of the Newsletter of the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities is now available.
Bryan Windle selects the top three reports in biblical archaeology for the month of August.
The Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society has posted an archaeological report for August 2019. Future lectures are also listed.
Jimmy Hardin is interviewed on The Book and the Spade on the controversial topic of state formation in the 10th century.
On the 250th anniversary of Napoleon’s birth, the Jerusalem Post looks at the French general’s visit to the Holy Land.
Alex Joffe wonders what the ancient Near East would look like without the year 1919.
Appian Media is close to meeting two fundraising goals for developing new video resources, but the deadline is today.
Two of John Beck’s geography books have just been released as audiobooks: Land without Borders and Along the Road.
John DeLancey is offering a free online course called “Biblical Israel – Learning the ‘Playing Board’ of the Bible.” You can watch the preview here or see a replay of the first session here.
Carl Rasmussen shares photos of Domus Galilaeae, a Catholic retreat center near the Sea of Galilee that is normally not open to visitors.
Ferrell Jenkins posts a nice color photo of winnowing grain at Shechem.
New: Atlas of the Biblical World, by Mark Vitalis Hoffman and Robert A. Mullins. Mark shares the details on his excellent blog.
HT: Agade, Joseph Lauer