Ken Dark reviews the evidence for the inhabitation of Nazareth in the first century.
A company in the Golan Heights is raising locusts to help meet the world’s need for animal protein.
King Uzziah: An Archaeological Biography looks at matters of historicity, his expansion, and the earthquake in his reign.
Ferrell Jenkins asks how Bet Guvrin would look during a pandemic.
A creative agency has teamed with architects to digitally reconstruct 5 endangered World Heritage sites, including Jerusalem’s Temple Mount and Palmyra.
CoinWeek has a feature on the coins of Herod the Great.
John DeLancey has released a new video entitled “Visiting Ein Gedi.”
Some statues and reliefs were discovered in a salvage excavation near Mit-Rahina in Egypt.
This piece has a bit about Egypt’s relationship with gold as well as Zahi Hawass’s relationship with Tutankhamun.
A 2nd-century AD sarcophagus with a gold diadem was discovered in Izmir (biblical Smyrna) in a rescue dig.
The British Museum is looking for help in identifying various artifacts.
Westminster Books has a sale on books from Lexham Press, including Lexham Geographic Commentary on the Gospels and Lexham Geographic Commentary on Acts through Revelation ($24 ea.), both with contributions from the BiblePlaces team members.
Featured in ANE Today (but noted last year on this blog): “In Discovering New Pasts: The OI [Oriental Institute] at 100, 62 people, almost all faculty, staff, and volunteers, tell the story of the OI, past and present, and of their involvement with the Institute.” The book is available for purchase or free download here.
HT: Agade, Charles Savelle, Explorator