Weekend Roundup, Part 2
A papyrus with lines from the Gospel of John and dated to circa AD 300 was discovered on eBay.
Excavations at Khirbet el-Eika suggest a pagan population lived at this Hellenistic site near the Horns of Hattin.
A new exhibit with finds from Gath (Tell es-Safi) is on display at the University of Kansas.
Eisenbrauns is offering all four volumes of Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian Period (RINAP) at a discount of 40% off retail price until Nov 27.
The second volume on excavations at Yavneh covers 7,000 cultic items from the 9th-8th centuries BC discovered in a repository.
Carta has released a 2nd updated and expanded edition of The Raging Torrent, by Michael Cogan.
The New Yorker: Can digital technology make the Herculaneum scrolls legible after two thousand years?
Hurriyet Daily News profiles Gaza resident Nafez Abed, a specialist in preservation and reproductions.
Colorized photos of the discovery of King Tut’s tomb are now on exhibit in New York City.
The Chicago Hittite Dictionary Project now has a website.
You can have your tweet preserved on a cuneiform tablet.
HT: Agade, Joseph Lauer