Archaeologists have identified the first-known Crusader army camp in Israel near ancient Sepphoris.
“Jewish heritage sites in Judea and Samaria are being systematically vandalized and destroyed by local Arabs, according to a watchdog group which monitors archeological sites in the area.”
Amihai Mazar has prepared a list of publications by the late Eilat Mazar that are available for order from the publishing house.
Aren Maeir’s MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on Biblical Archaeology will run again beginning on November 1.
In the second episode of the Special Texts of the Ancient Near East series, Mary Buck and Chris McKinny discuss the Mesha Stele.
The latest subject in Bryan Windle’s archaeological biography series is Hoshea, the last king of Israel.
“The Institute of Biblical Culture is pleased to announce the David Marcus Giving Library, which will provide more than 2,000 scholarly books to the general public free of charge, aside from shipping. The first of six subject areas is Assyriology. To view the collection and request any of the hundreds of books, visit the Institute of Biblical Culture website.”
HT: Agade, Joseph Lauer, Arne Halbakken, Explorator