An archaeological survey team “has located an extensive series of mysterious openings cut high in a cliff inside the sacred valley south of the royal cemetery of Umm Al-Qaab.”
“Three mummified animals from ancient Egypt have been digitally unwrapped and dissected by researchers using high-resolution 3D scans.”
Smithsonian Magazine: “In the Land of Kush” provides an impressive tour of an area many of us will probably never be able to visit.
“Gold seekers have destroyed a 2,000-year-old historical site deep in the deserts of Sudan, according to officials.” Their use of heavy equipment destroyed all signs of the ancient site.
Mark Wilson reports on his recent visit to Pella in Jordan.
“The Defense Ministry has released some of the first photographs taken by Israel’s newest spy satellite, showing ancient ruins in the central Syrian city of Palmyra.”
A new video produced by the Metropolitan Museum of Art looks how how peoples of the ancient Near East responded to various adversities.
The University of Central Florida has compiled a list of Open Educational Resources for the Ancient Near East.
The 23rd Annual Bible and Archaeologist Fest will be a 2-day online seminar this year with many interesting speakers.
HT: Agade, Ted Weis, Joseph Lauer