Weekend Roundup, Part 2
A Bone to Pick: Why Did We Hear Only One Side of the Camel Argument?
In advance of the pope’s blessing of the tabernacle from the boat altar, the New York Times profiles the excavation and resort of Magdala.
Ferrell Jenkins recently visited the new excavations at Derbe.
ArtDaily: “Egypt unveiled Thursday the 3,000 year-old tombs of two senior pharaonic military men in the famed Saqqara necropolis, one of them decorated with well-preserved reliefs depicting the afterlife.”
Aren Maeir’s recent lecture at the Oriental Institute on new directions in the study of the Philistines is now online.
The only museum of biblical archaeology in Latin America is in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Haaretz: Archaeologists are protesting construction at Tel Shiloh.
“Aerial images taken by Corona satellites in 1960s help archaeologists locate unexcavated towns and roads across Middle East, but few gems remain unsurveyed in Israel.”
On Logos pre-pub discount: Biblical Archaeologist / Near Eastern Archaeology (1992–2011) (20 vols.) (74 issues)
HT: Ted Weis