Wayne Stiles just walked the last five miles of the Appian Way into Rome, and he shares his experiences along with a video. Only one section was a hair-raising experience!
A preliminary report from the Swedish excavations at Hala Sultan Tekke in Cyprus is now online.
Israeli security inspectors discovered 69 coins from the time of Alexander the Great being smuggled from Gaza into Israel. But one expert suggests the coins are fake.
The Summer Session program of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens is now accepting applications. Scholarships are available.
Why do newspapers write dishonest headlines like this? “A Chance Discovery Changes Everything We Know About Biblical Israel.” Shame on Haaretz.
The lectures are in Hebrew, but you may find the topic list to be of interest for this year’s “New Discoveries and Insights” conference at Tel Aviv University.
The schedule is now online for next week’s Annual Conference, “New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region.”
The final list of speakers and their topics for the 22nd Annual Bible and Archaeology Fest is now posted.
Yahoo Groups is shutting down. This will affect lists such as Explorator and ANE-2.
The En-Gedi Resource Center website has a new home, with new organization and a “Hebraic Studies” search bar to make it easier to find what you’re looking for.
Carl Rasmussen shares a number of photos of Göbekli Tepe.
John DeLancey is blogging each day on his tour of Greece, Rome, and Pompeii, now wrapping it up on Day 13.
Ferrell Jenkins explains why a photo he took of the cedars of Lebanon in 2002 is one of his favorites.
Bryan Windle has put together another great archaeological biography, this one on King Nebuchadnezzar.
HT: Ted Weis, Keith Keyser, Agade