Bryan Windle has created a list of the top 10 discoveries of the decade for biblical archaeology.
Amanda Borschel-Dan identifies her top 10 Holy Land archaeology stories of 2019.
“A hoard of seven ancient [7th-century AD] gold coins was found hidden inside a small clay juglet during a dig in the area of Yavne.”
The discovery of “The Book of Two Ways,” a precursor to “The Book of the Dead,” is the subject of a NY Times article on what is called the oldest copy of the first illustrated book.
The British chef Heston Blumenthal created a meal inspired by foods discovered in the Pompeii destruction.
Now online: the schedule for the conference at Tel Aviv University on “Mass Deportations: To and From the Levant during the Age of Empires.”
HT: Agade, Joseph Lauer