Weekend Roundup, Part 1
A study of the temperature of the walls of Tut’s tomb is promising for those looking for a hidden chamber.
Ben Carson believes the pyramids of Egypt were built by Joseph to store grain.
Joseph’s tomb has been restored.
The Hebron archaeological site will not be leased to Jewish settlers.
The PEF has posted a brief video compilation of their recent conference on Jericho.
G. M. Grena reports on a new book dedicated to Robert Deutsch (that includes a chapter by Gabriel Barkay), his visit to Passages exhibit and lecture, a forthcoming game, and a secret link.
If you don’t know about the Lanier Theological Library, you should read this.
This is your last chance to get in on Logos’s Classic Studies and Atlases on Biblical Geography (7 vols.) at the best pricing ($24-30).
Now free in pdf format: The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology: Characters and Collections, by Alice Stevenson.
Shepherd tending his flock at a spring in the Judean wilderness