“The restoration of a soot-filled ancient Egyptian temple has revealed the previously unknown names of ancient Egyptian constellations.”
“The skeletal remains of what is believed to have been a rich man and his male slave fleeing the volcanic eruption of Vesuvius nearly 2,000 years ago have been discovered in Pompeii.”
An ancient marble statue of Hermes was discovered beneath a street in Athens.
A study of the theater at Epidaurus has determined that it is “the most perfect theatre in the world in terms of aesthetics and acoustics.”
Cyprus plans to renovate 19 historical monuments this year.
Petra is the latest stop in John DeLancey’s video series.
“Ancient Egyptian Architecture Online provides vetted and standardized architectural drawings of a selection of ancient Egyptian buildings. These represent architecture from modest workmen’s houses to temple complexes, dating from the Old Kingdom through Late Antiquity.”
A new digital platform allows visitors to tour ancient Olympia virtually.
In a new series focused on problems faced by the seven churches of Revelation, Ferrell Jenkins first considers the worship of Artemis at Ephesus.
Mark Hoffman links to a collection of chronologies, genealogies, and maps of the biblical world by Ian Mladjov.
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