Steve Notley has proposed an explanation for how the New Testament village of Bethsaida came to be known in Arabic as el-Araj, which means “the lame man.”
Abigail Leavitt reports on the final week of excavating at Shiloh, with mention of the discovery of a scarab and a bulla.
Ronit Vered reports on the new exhibition at the Israel Museum entitled “The Feast.”
Joel Kramer has just released a video about the Mesha Stele (Moabite Stone).
The latest episode of Digging for Truth focuses on King Hazael of Aram.
In the latest Biblical World podcast episode, Kyle Keimer discusses Hezekiah’s preparations for the Assyrian invasion, the subject of his dissertation.
The latest edition of Tel Aviv has been published, and a number of the articles are open-access.
Accordance Bible Software has a number of photo collections on sale as well as works from Carta.
Bryan Windle’s latest archaeological biography is on Aretas IV, the only Nabatean king mentioned in the Bible.
HT: Agade, Ted Weis
Soon visitors to Tel Lachish will have public restrooms to use. There may well also be some displays of artifacts, replicas, or reconstructions.