An inscription with the name of Ramses III has been found in Saudi Arabia, suggesting Egyptian interest in the trade routes to what is today Yemen. A related article is “Solomon & Sheba, Inc.,” by André Lemaire, published earlier this year in Biblical Archaeology Review.
A Logos collection that may interest readers here is the William Mitchell Ramsay Collection. The 16 volumes may sell for $30 if enough people bid on it.
Prof. Gershon Galil of the University of Haifa will be visiting Yeshiva University, giving a talk on Tuesday evening, November 16. His topic is "A Word is Better than a Million Potsherds: David and Solomon Between Text & Material Culture." The talk will take place in Furst Hall (500 West 185th St, at the corner of Amsterdam Avenue), on the 5th floor, in room 535, at 8:30 p.m.
Yoav Farhi will be lecturing on Tuesday, November 16, at 7:00 p.m. at Southern Adventist University in Collegedale, Tennessee. His topic is “Ancient Coins of Khirbet Qeiyafa: A Stronghold on the Road to Jerusalem.”
Aren Maeir will be speaking at Central Bible College in Springfield, Missouri on November 17, at 5:30 p.m. The college’s participation in the excavations at Gath this season are the subject of an article in the local press.
I wonder if anyone knows whatever happened to this anticipated biblical archaeology book by Stager and Cross.
HT: Eric Welch and Joe Lauer