Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Wednesday Roundup

Two Neolithic figurines were discovered at Moza (biblical Emmaus?) along the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv highway. High-res photos from the IAA are available.

Two men were arrested for trying to steal bones from excavations in Beth Shemesh.

The Israeli government has appealed the verdict in the case of the Jehoash Inscription, but the rationale for doing so is unclear.

Shmuel Browns suggests a 10-day itinerary that will take you to many places you won’t see on a typical Christian tour.

Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg provides a review of the archaeological stories in July.

Aaron’s tomb near Petra is a “quiet, austere holy site.”

There is a lot to see in the Kidron Valley of Jerusalem.

Accordance 10 has some nice new features for photographs and maps.

Now shipping: Alexander to Constantine: Archaeology of the Land of the Bible, by Eric M. Meyers and Mark A. Chancey.

HT: Charles Savelle

Neolithic figurine from Moza

Neolithic figurine from Moza. Photo by Yael Yolovitch, courtesy of the Israel Antiquities Authority.

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