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Archaeology in the Holyland has been quite controversial in recent years, dividing the archaeological world into biblical minimalists and maximalists.
08-29-10
Archaeology in the Holyland has been quite controversial in recent years. It has divided the archaeological world  into biblical minimalists and maximalists.  No matter where one stands...
05-20-09
An ancient Jar Handle bearing the Hebrew name Menachem uncovered in Ras El-Amud, the first handle find with this name in Jerusalem.   Settlement remains dating to different phases of the M...
05-20-09
  A first Temple-era bone seal engraved with the name Shaul discovered in the excavations in the walls around Jerusalem National Park in the City of David.  During a visit to the Cit...
04-05-10
EXCAVATIONS 2010(Listed by starting date) Source: Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs  This is a preliminary list. Additional digs will be added as the information becomes available. Note:&...
07-05-09
Reprinted from Biblical Archaeology Review by Joel Corbett     Sodom and Gomorrah. They are perhaps the most infamous cities of the Bible, inhabited by men and women so vile and wi...
08-24-09
Monthly report by Stephen Rosenberg REPORT FROM JERUSALEM 15 - AUGUST 2009   Another stone quarry used for the Temple Mount works by Herod the Great has been uncovered in an i...
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