Saturday, October 25, 2014

Weekend Roundup, Part 1

Luke Chandler notes that plans are underway to establish a new national park at Khirbet Qeiyafa.

Steven Notley is on The Book and the Spade this week discussing Mary Magdalene and Magdala.

The latest edition of DigSight includes a summary of this year’s expedition to Lachish.

The New York Times explains why smaller archaeological museums struggle to build their collections today.

With the recent discovery of the Hadrianic inscription in Jerusalem, Ferrell Jenkins shares more about discoveries related to this emperor.

The city of Jerusalem has a goal of building more than 1,200 new hotel rooms in the next two years in order to alleviate the shortage and bring down prices.

Shmuel Browns shares some photographs from Israel of a variety of textures.

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1 Comments:

  • Thanks for this tip about DigSight 25! I hope that someone from the new Lachish excavation team will attend my NEAS lecture so I can help them understand the difference between "plausible" & implausible theories.

    By Blogger G.M. Grena, at Tue Oct 28, 11:48:00 PM  

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