Weekend Roundup, Part 2
A stunning (!) 36-foot mosaic floor depicting scenes of ancient chariot races in the hippodrome has been revealed outside Nicosia in Cyprus.
Human skeleton remains of a teenage boy dating back to 11 BC have been found on Mt. Lykaion, a site honored as the birthplace of the Greek god Zeus.
The discovery of some rare artifacts in Perge has led to the creation of a special room in the Antalya Museum in Turkey.
After two years of occupation by ISIS, previously unknown Assyrian artifacts in the Syrian city Tal Ajaja, or ancient Shadikanni have been found looted or destroyed.
A report by Live Science documents the death of children killed as a result of looting in Egypt.
A statue of Zeus lost in the 5th century has been re-created using a 3D printer.
Cal Thomas recommends the new “Ben Hur” movie, opening on Friday.
Ben-Hur the video game is available for free download for Xbox One.
Todd Hanneken has received a $325,000 grant to fund his use of Spectral RTI for the Jubilees Palimpsest Project.
“The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM) is proud to announce the completion of our digitization project at the National Library of Greece (NLG).”
Wayne Stiles considers the value of biblical geography for apologetics.
HT: Joseph Lauer, Ted Weis, Agade, Charles Savelle
Mosaic depicting chariot races excavated in Cyprus
Photo by the Associated Press