Several shipwrecks from the Roman period are being studied near the Greek island of Kassos.
Timothy H. Lim explains that while the Essenes living at Qumran preferred isolation, most Essenes did not.
In the 1930s, the Oriental Institute conducted a series of investigations throughout ancient Persia.
Discover magazine looks at the use of the number zero in ancient history.
A new exhibition has opened at the University of Pennsylvania: Invisible Beauty: The Art of Archaeological Science.
UC Berkeley has announced a new program entitled “Assyrian Studies.”
Digging Digital Museum Collections Series “has created a pedagogical resource that provides examples of learning activities based on online museum collections and resources.”
Eric Cline and Christopher Rollston are being succeeded as editors of BASOR by a team of four.
Now on Pre-Pub at Logos: The Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Archaeology.
John DeLancey gives a 12-minute tour of Caesarea Philippi.
Joel Kramer talks about how archaeology supports the Bible in an interview with Sean McDowell.
HT: Agade, Ted Weis, Arne Halbakken