Weekend Roundup, Part 2
A new McDonalds in Italy incorporates a 150-foot section of Roman road that dates to the 1st or 2nd centuries BC.
Film footage from excavations of Nineveh in the late 1920s and early 1930s has been digitized by the Royal Asiatic Society.
Carl Rasmussen asks if the house of Jesus has been found in Nazareth.
Shmuel Browns provides the history of Naharayim and its short-lived hydroelectric plant. Naharayim gets its name from the junction of two rivers: the Jordan and the Yarmuk.
Israel’s Good Name took a walking tour of the abandoned village of Lifta and shares many photos.
John DeLancey, director of Biblical Israel Ministries & Tours, is now offering a “Physical Settings of the Bible” weekend seminar for local churches.
Aren Maeir has posted the schedule for this week’s conference at Tel Aviv University entitled, “From Nomadism to Monarchy? ‘The Archaeology of the Settlement Period’—30 Years Later.”
The director of the Met has apparently been forced to resign.
ASOR’s March Fellowship Madness is underway and they are only $5,300 short of their $50,000 goal.
The Associates for Biblical Research have a $10,000 matching gift for the Shiloh Excavations for donations made this month.
HT: Explorator, Joseph Lauer, Agade