Egypt reports the uncovering of 110 ancient tombs at the Koum el-Khulgan archeological site in Dakahlia province, northeast of Cairo.
“A team of Polish scientists say they have discovered the only known example of an embalmed pregnant Egyptian mummy.”
A first-century statue of a Roman female deity, which once stood at the entrance of the Roman Forum and has been missing since 1977, has been recovered.
Alex Joffe recounts his meeting with James Mellaart and where that all led.
Robert Cargill explains what the Tel Dan Inscription is and isn’t in a new 30-minute video.
First time available in digital format: ESV Archaeology Study Bible Notes, for Accordance, on sale for $19.90
Pinar Durgun has compiled a list of Ancient Anatolia Digital/Online/Open-Access Resources for Teaching and Research.
Olga Tufnell’s ‘Perfect Journey’ presents the account of an important archaeologist working in southern Palestine during the British Mandate. Published by UCL Press, with a free pdf download of the entire book. $1 on Kindle.
HT: Agade, Ted Weis, Arne Halbakken, Alexander Schick, Joseph Lauer, Keith Keyser
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Olga Tufnell’s ‘Perfect Journey’ is also available as a free to download PDF from the publisher: https://www.uclpress.co.uk/products/166544