Weekend Roundup, Part 2
Gordon Franz reports on his time at the “International Noah and Judi Mountain Symposium” in Sirnak, Turkey. He also provides a summary of a number of the presentations.
Norma Franklin believes the Megiddo water system was built during the Middle Bronze Age.
George Athas asks, “What’s New in Biblical Inscriptions?” and he suggests a cautious approach in announcing new discoveries.
An enormous Corinthian capital has been excavated at a temple of Hadrian in western Turkey.
A report in the Belfast Telegraph provides details about the ongoing excavations at Sidon.
Aviva and Shmuel Bar-Am provide a tour of Gezer.
Before there was writing, there were clay balls. Scholars are trying to decipher the code from objects found in Iran.
HT: Jack Sasson, Joseph Lauer, Explorator
Cudi (Judi) Dagh, possible location of Mount Ararat, from west
Photo from Eastern and Central Turkey