A mosaic stolen from Apamea is the oldest representation of a Roman hydraulic water wheel.
Karahantepe may be an older settlement than its famous neighbor Göbeklitepe.
Kevin Burrell has written an interesting, well-illustrated article on the Cushites in the Bible.
A new archaeological museum will be opening in Ermionida in the eastern Peloponnese of Greece.
The British Museum highlights objects relating to disability in their collection.
The British Museum is seeking help in naming its upcoming exhibition of the Roman emperor Nero.
New: Ebla: Archaeology and History, by Paolo Matthiae
Archaeopress is hosting a daily “Mystery Box” with Tuesday’s theme being the Ancient Near East. Purchase 5 mystery eBooks for £5.
The ABR online bookstore has many interesting resources, and shipping is free on orders of $40 or more with code: FREESHIP40.
Leen Ritmeyer is interviewed in the latest Discussions with the Diggers on Biblical Archaeology Report.
Secrets from the Ancient Paths has produced a five-part Christmas series, with short (8-10 min) segments featuring drone footage. Episode 3 was released today, focused on Herod’s impact on the Christmas story.
Shlomo Bunimovitz has died.
I have an extra set of Biblical Archaeology Review from 1975 to 2011. The volumes from 1975 to 2003 are bound (ex-library, good condition). Contact me for more information (email@example.com).
HT: Joseph Lauer, Agade, Explorator, Charles Savelle
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In my “mystery box” from Archaeopress I received:
1 Making Pictures of War – Realia et Imaginaria in the Iconology of the Ancient Near East
2. Études Mésopotamiennes – Mesopotamian Studies N°1 – 2018
3. The Politics of the Past-Representation of Ancient Empires by Iran’s Modern State
4. Managing Archaeological Collections in Middle Eastern Countries
5. Bronze ‘Bathtub’ Coffins In the Context of 8th-6th Century BC Babylonian, Assyrian and Elamite