Maritime archaeologists have discovered a Phoenician shipwreck dating to 700 BC off the coast of Malta.
A new study of the Timna copper mines shows that the workers in the 10th century BC were not slaves but highly skilled craftsmen.
Corinthian Matters has a review of a field trip app that accompanies the ASCSA’s new Ancient Corinth: A Guide to the Site and Museum.
Ferrell Jenkins describes his recent visit to the Louvre in Paris.
Tiberias—There’s More to See than Just Hotels. Yes, indeed.
Leon Mauldin visits the other Bethlehem. This lesser-known biblical site is in Galilee.
Clyde Billington is on the Book and the Spade this week discussing the “stone rejected by the builders” along with the use of tokens for counting.
Accordance has a sale now on a five-resource bundle from Rose Publishing, including their guides to the tabernacle and temple.
Paul L. Maier’s Pontius Pilate is marked down to $2.99 for the Kindle. I recommend it.
HT: Charles Savelle
Copper mine in Timna Valley
Photo from Negev and the Wilderness