A seven-year-old boy found a 3,400-year-old figurine at Tel Rehov.
Archaeologists working at Timna in southern Israel found some remarkably well-preserved fabrics from the time of David. You may recall that for a long time scholars denied there was any activity at the site during the time of the United Monarchy.
A €1.6 million Israeli-German project will use digital tools to put the fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls back together again.
A major renovation of the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem is underway.
Two artists covertly scanned the bust of Nefertiti and have now released a 3-D dataset.
Two guards at Dayr al-Barsha in Middle Egypt were killed by looters.
Adam Prins recently presented a seminar at the Albright Institute on “3D Models in Archaeological Excavation Recording: The JVRP Method.”
An exhibition of two recent treasure hoard discoveries provides insight into Roman life in England.
A series of lectures will be given at Tel Aviv University for the annual celebration of “Aharoni Day” this coming Thursday.
Project Mosul is a new website that “solicits photographs of antiquities and uses 3-D modeling software to create a virtual record of what was lost in the attack.”
Now online: Bryant Wood’s critique of Steven Collins’ northern location of Sodom.
Wayne Stiles explains five ways the Lord taught his people to walk by faith in the land of Israel.
The Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary, Old Testament e-book volumes are on sale for $4.99, ending today.
HT: Ted Weis, Joseph Lauer, Agade