Weekend Roundup, Part 2
Archaeologists working in Manisa in western Turkey have discovered a dinner set that dates to 150 BC.
Philippe Bohstrom profiles the Phoenicians and their contributions to civilization.
A map of all of Egypt’s archaeological sites and museums has been created, with a digital version to be released online next month.
“An underwater Roman era basilica found only 20 meters off the shore of Lake İznik in the northwestern province of Bursa will be revived for tourism, as an "underwater museum" project at the site is underway.”
The Bolton Museum is planning to spend millions of pounds to create a new Eternal Egypt Gallery.
Michael Harbin looks at the Bible, archaeology, and modern patterns to understand what an agricultural community in the time of the Judges might have looked like.
The World Video Bible School has released the first five of a scheduled 20 programs. These include Jerusalem, Jesus’s northern ministry, Dan, the Mount Gilboa region, and the Dead Sea Scrolls.
HT: Joseph Lauer, Agade