Yesterday, 22 ancient Egyptian royal mummies were paraded through Cairo on their way to the new museum.
D. Clint Burnett discusses various references to inscriptions in the New Testament as well as the value of inscriptions in interpreting the New Testament and early Christianity.
Modern development and looting is taking its toll on the ancient Greek city of Cyrene in Libya.
The Times Insider column looks back into references to Moshe Shapira in The New York Times in the late 1800s.
Webinar on April 14: “Why Pottery Matters: Judean Storage Jars and the Qumran Sect,” by Jodi Magness (Zoom link)
Webinar on April 15: “A Toast to Ancient Greek Wine Drinking,” with Kathleen Lynch
Webinar on April 18 sponsored by the Friends of ASOR: “Archaeogaming: Why Video Games Deserve Their Own Archaeology.”
Webinar on April 22: John Curtis and his fellow curators give an overview of the soon-to-open Epic Iran exhibit in London.
Mark Wilson’s presentation on Hierapolis for the Tutku Guide Seminar is now online. He is followed on the same video by Mark Fairchild’s presentation on Paul’s little-known ministry in Cilicia.
“The online edition of the Amarna Letters aims to make transliterations, translations, and glossaries of the letters and administrative texts available to both scholars and the wider public.” The letters to and from the Levant, excluding Phoenicia, are now available.
Free download until April 13: Migration Myths and the End of the Bronze Age in the Eastern Mediterranean, by A. Bernard Knapp, published by Cambridge University Press.
HT: Agade, Charles Savelle, Ted Weis, Arne Halbakken