Researchers have launched a global contest with $250,000 in prizes for teams to use AI for decoding unrolled scrolls from Herculaneum.
The Moabite king Mesha is the latest subject of Bryan Windle’s archaeological biography series.
Nathan Steinmeyer explains the significance of the Cyrus Cylinder and its relevance to the Bible.
Jason Borges tracked down the Istanbul Airport Museum and explains how to find it.
“In a new study, genetics and archaeology combine to reveal the ancient origins of humanity’s first beast of burden,” the donkey.
The Codex Sassoon, to be auctioned off on May 16, will be displayed in Tel Aviv, Dallas, Los Angeles, and New York over the next two months.
Chris McKinny, Amy Balogh, and Kyle Keimer discuss “Biblical Geography—The Missing Ingredient” on the Biblical World podcast.
On This Week in the Ancient Near East podcast, “The Archaeology of Ancient Fingerprints, or Profiling Potters for Fun and Profit.”