Archaeologists have discovered a fortified building in the Golan Heights that dates roughly to the time of David and may have belonged to the kingdom of Geshur.
Expansion of Beit El threatens to destroy remains of an ancient village.
Excavations at Caesarea Philippi (Banias) revealed a 2nd or 3rd century AD altar with a Greek inscription written by a pilgrim to the god Pan.
Bryan Windle has found a number of photos to illustrate the brief reign of King Jehoiachin, in his most recent archaeological biography.
A new film (in Hebrew) claims that the united kingdom was based in Israel, not Judah, and began in the 8th century, not 10th, based on Israel Finkelstein’s excavations of Kiriath Jearim.
Wayne Stiles looks to Ziklag for the secret of David’s spiritual success.
John Delancey’s latest video visits the City of David.
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- Ashkelon 7: The Iron Age I, by Lawrence E. Stager, Daniel M. Master, and Adam J. Aja.
- Scribal Tools in Ancient Israel: A Study of Biblical Hebrew Terms for Writing Materials and Implements, by Philip Zhakevich.
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HT: Agade, Joseph Lauer, Ted Weis