Scientists have discovered evidence for cultivation of three of the “four species” of Sukkot in the plaster of walls at Ramat Rahel.
A model of the Temple Mount made by Conrad Schick in 1872 will be on display next week in the new Heritage Center of Christ Church, Jerusalem.
Leen Ritmeyer has notice of a program to be held on the 20th anniversary of Nahman Avigad’s death.
Yosef Garfinkel is pretty upset with Rami Arav’s review of the first excavation report of Khirbet Qeiyafa. [Update: The post has been removed. See comment below for detail.]
The world’s largest Israeli flag is now flying over Nazareth Illit.
Joe Yudin suggests visiting some sites from King David’s life when the wildflowers are blooming.
The first snowfall in Rome in 26 years kept visitors out of the Colosseum, the Forum, and Palatine Hill.
HT: Jack Sasson
UPDATE (2/7): At the request of the sponsors, I’ve removed the link to the invitation to the (private) presentation at Christ Church.
Mikveh with plastered walls at Ramat Rahel