Weekend Roundup, Part 2
You don’t have to watch too much of this video footage of a flash flood at the tabernacle model in Timna Park to be impressed. Repairs to the outer court posts are underway.
A leaky pipe at the Western Wall was mistaken for the Messiah.
There’s more talk about rebuilding the Colossus of Rhodes.
Archaeologists have discovered an unknown temple of Hatshepsut.
Now online in pdf format: The Archaeology of the Cuneiform Inscriptions, by A. H. Sayce.
Here are lots and lots of historic photos of Nazareth.
Independent Traveler suggests the 10 Best Israel Experiences.
I suspect that many of our readers would be interested in The First Days of Jesus, by Andreas J. Kostenberger and Alexander E. Stewart.
There are a couple of archaeology lectures this month in the DC area.
Just released: Galilee in the Late Second Temple and Mishnaic Periods, Volume 2: The Archaeological Record from Cities, Towns, and Villages, edited by David A. Fiensy and James Riley Strange. The table of contents, introduction, interviews with the contributors, and a sample chapter are online. Individual chapters focus on Nazareth, Magdala, Bethsaida, Tiberias, Kedesh, Khirbet Qana, and much more. This will quickly become the classic archaeological guide to Galilee.
HT: Charles Savelle, Mark Hoffman, Ted Weis, Agade, Bill Schlegel
There will be no roundup next weekend.