A virtual tour has been posted of the Assyrian canal and rock-reliefs at the Faida Archaeological Park in northern Iraq.
“Teach Ancient Egypt is a library of free teaching resources for learners of all kinds. Browse videos, lesson plans, coloring pages, slides, language-learning materials, and more—created and vetted by Egyptologists and other experts.”
“A new exhibition at the British Library explores the diverse and remarkably enduring legends that have sprung up about Alexander [the Great], and the ways successive cultures have shaped stories of him to their own ends.”
A one-minute video gives a preview of the 1st-century Jerusalem model coming to the Ark Encounter.
Classical artworks were originally full of color, and this 6-minute BBC video questions whether that reality has been intentionally suppressed in modern times.
Art & Object lists ten of the most significant underwater finds made in recent decades.
Ferrell Jenkins shares photos of Corinth, Cenchrea, and Isthmia.
“John P. Meier, a theologian and biblical commentator who wrote the multi-volume ‘A Marginal Jew,’ died Oct. 18, 2022.”
Burton MacDonald, best known for his survey work in Jordan, died on October 20.
The Bible Society of Taiwan has published a Chinese (Traditional Script) edition of the Satellite Bible Atlas. Also, the English edition is available once again after a delay caused by printer supply chain issues.
HT: Agade, Arne Halbakken, Alexander Schick