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Biblical Archaeology’s Top 10 Discoveries of 2018
A glimpse at the important excavation work revealed this year.
Biblical Archaeology’s Top 10 Discoveries of 2017
A glimpse at the important excavation work revealed this year.
Biblical Archaeology’s Top 10 Discoveries of 2016 Subscriber access only
A glimpse at the important excavation work revealed this year.
Why Two Tombs Compete for Jesus' Burial Subscriber access only
Historic renovations at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre won't change some Protestants' preference for the Garden Tomb.
Ancient Sticky Notes Shift Secular Scholars Closer to Evangelicals on Bible’s Age Subscriber access only
Literacy in Old Testament times was more widespread than previously thought.
Biblical Archaeology’s Top Ten Discoveries of 2015 Subscriber access only
A glimpse at the important excavation work revealed this year.
Modern 'Monuments Men' Seek to Save Christian History from ISIS Subscriber access only
Biblical-era artifacts are one of Islamic State's top sources of funding.
Biblical Archaeology’s Top Ten Discoveries of 2014 Subscriber access only
A glimpse at the important work that goes on at excavations every year.
O Subtle Star of Bethlehem Subscriber access only
Theory suggests wise men saw something big in something little.
Why Everything Looks Like Jesus Subscriber access only
Images of Jesus are everywhere, under 45 tons of rubble and on pieces of toast. New research tells why.
Searching for Sodom Subscriber access only
Is it time to rewrite Old Testament chronologies?
The Latest Challenge to the Bible's Accuracy: Abraham's Anachronistic Camels? Subscriber access only
Despite the latest study of bones, evidence indicates the iconic desert animals do belong in Genesis.
Biblical Archaeology’s Top Ten Discoveries of 2013 Subscriber access only
A glimpse into the important work that goes on at excavations across Israel every year.
Philistine Digs Define David and Solomon Subscriber access only
Early Israelite dig helps define David and Solomon.
James Ossuary Verdict Not Set In Stone Subscriber access only
Biblical archaeologists still split over conclusion of long-running Israeli court drama.
Sensation Before Scholarship: Gospel Fragment Tantalizes Experts Subscriber access only
Previous forgeries make announcements of new archeological discoveries difficult to believe.
Scholars Aim to Bust Archaeological Fantasies Subscriber access only
Peer review can take years—but academic society says some claims can be dismissed in a few blog posts.
Trial on Antiquities Fraud Ends, But Not the Controversy Subscriber access only
Judge doesn't rule whether James ossuary is authentic, but acquits antiquities collectors on almost all charges.
Archaeology's Rebel: Bible in One Hand, Spade in the Other Subscriber access only
Eilat Mazar is unafraid to claim archaeological finds of biblical proportions.
Archaeology in Turkey: Major Finds in Asia Minor Subscriber access only
But researchers say Turkish government is shutting them out.
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