Weekend Roundup, Part 1
Luke Chandler reports on the first week of excavations at Lachish. They made some significant finds in his square on each of the first three days.
They had a fantastic third week of excavations at Tel Burna.
A Roman theater (or amphitheater?) has been discovered in ancient Smyrna as the municipality demolishes a poor neighborhood. This may have been the place where Polycarp was martyred.
Beit Guvrin National Park has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Wayne Stiles captures the beauty and historic significance of Nahal Zin with photos, a video, and Google Street View.
“The truth about Jesus' tomb, romance and the Holocaust” is a rather flashy title for an update of Simcha Jacobovici’s lawsuit against Joe Zias.
ABR has created a new video series, Is It Time To Throw Away Your Bible? They have now shared a couple of free episodes: King David and Solomon: Men or Myths? Part One and Part Two. The video set is on sale for only $20.
Robert Cargill reflects on the passing of Yuval Peleg.
Cave at Beit Guvrin National Park
Photo from Judah and the Dead Sea