A Greco-Roman pottery workshop was recently discovered in Alexandria.
Restoration work is underway on the Ben Ezra synagogue in Cairo.
Mark Janzen and Chris McKinny begin a new series on Egypt and the Bible in the Biblical World podcast.
Jerry Pattengale of the Religion News Service reviews some of the recent controversy related to the claim that Tall el-Hammam was destroyed by a meteoric airburst.
Zoom webinar on April 24: “Preserving Cultural Heritage in Hisban and Umm al-Jimal, Jordan,” featuring Øystein LaBianca, Elizabeth Osinga, and Darrell Rohl.
Philip Boyes writes about the social context of writing in ancient Ugarit. His similarly titled book is available as an open access pdf.
The Jerusalem Post investigates the origins of the menorah etched into the staircase of the Celsus Library in Ephesus.
The 6th-century Imperial Gate of the Hagia Sophia has been vandalized.
“American archaeologist Stephen Miller devoted his entire professional life to uncovering the secrets of Nemea and reviving ancient Greece’s Nemean Games.”
A new exhibition at the Landesmuseum Mainz showcases Roman technology including sewer systems, underfloor heating, and weatherproof concrete.
HT: Agade, Joseph Lauer, Charles Savelle, Arne Halbakken, Paleojudaica