Archaeologists are excavating a large defensive moat at an 9th-8th century BC Phoenicia colony in Spain.
“Curator St John Simpson reveals what happened after he saw a rare plaque from ancient Iraq on an online auction site.”
“Researchers have found evidence of the oldest gynaecological treatment on record, performed on a woman who lived in Ancient Egypt some 4,000 years ago.”
The first-ever archaeological replicas factory in Egypt is under construction.
Preparations are underway for transporting 22 royal mummies to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization.
A neurologist in Iraq has spent more than 15 years photographing his country and sharing those pictures with the world.
Don McNeeley reports on the annual meeting of the Near East Archaeological Society held last month.
Michaeline Wilkins divided the Hebrew of the Song of Songs into male and female parts and then she and her husband read the text.
Zoom webinar on Dec 22: The Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament, by Lawrence H. Schiffman. Registration required.
Zoom lecture on Dec 23: Writing on the Wall: Graffiti and the Forgotten Jews of Antiquity, by Karen Stern
Thin End of the Wedge podcast: Nicolò Marchetti: Nineveh 2020. How and why archaeology?
A Roman warship is the latest Legos Ideas project to reach 10,000 supporters.
Susan Masten identifies the 10 most important ancient coins ever minted.
Ferrell Jenkins looks at three strata of paganism at Pergamum, the city “where Satan dwells.”
Tutku Tours has a few spots left for familiarization trips for professors this spring to Turkey and Jordan. Two great reasons to consider joining: (1) Mark Wilson is leading; (2) $1,990 includes air. (It costs almost that much just for the entrance ticket to Petra!)
HT: Ted Weis, Agade, Joseph Lauer, Mark Hoffman, Explorator