Archaeologists working in the City of David believe that they have found evidence of the 8th-century BC earthquake that occurred in the reign of Uzziah (Amos 1:1; Zech 14:5).
Archaeologists believe they have discovered the place where the Aramean king Hazael breached the walls of the Philistine city of Gath.
Israel will not renew the contract for Elad to run the Davidson Archaeological Park south of the Temple Mount (Haaretz premium).
Ruth Schuster gives the case for identifying el-Araj as the New Testament site of Bethsaida.
Haim Silberstein lists “10 of the best underground attractions in Israel.”
Bruce Chilton writes about “Herod, His Progeny, and the Cutting Edge of Power.”
The current issue of Adventist Review has a number of articles related to biblical archaeology.
This week on The Book and the Spade: “Wet Sifting or Not, An Archaeological Dilemma” with Jimmy Hardin.
Online conference on Sept 30: Jerusalem and Other Chosen Places
HT: Agade, Ted Weis, Arne Halbakken, Charles Savelle, Andy Cook, Roger Schmidgall, Explorator