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3,500-Year-Old Scarab Found on School Field Trip
3,500-Year-Old Scarab Found on School Field Trip
3,500-Year-Old Scarab Found on School Field Trip
‘The dream of every amateur archaeologist’
‘David at Shaaraim and Ziklag’: Prof. Yosef Garfinkel Speaks at Armstrong Auditorium
‘David at Shaaraim and Ziklag’: Prof. Yosef Garfinkel Speaks at Armstrong Auditorium
‘David at Shaaraim and Ziklag’: Prof. Yosef Garfinkel Speaks at Armstrong Auditorium
The visiting Hebrew University professor addresses Armstrong College students at our campus headquarters in Edmond, Oklahoma.
New Research Reveals Egyptian Women Were Tattooed—Paralleling Leviticus 19
New Research Reveals Egyptian Women Were Tattooed—Paralleling Leviticus 19
New Research Reveals Egyptian Women Were Tattooed—Paralleling Leviticus 19
New information sheds light on the pagan use of tattoos in Egypt.
‘Land of Milk and HONEY’—An Ancient Apiary in Northern Israel
‘Land of Milk and HONEY’—An Ancient Apiary in Northern Israel
‘Land of Milk and HONEY’—An Ancient Apiary in Northern Israel
The discovery of the oldest apiary in the world adds depth to the biblical account of the Promised Land.
Prof. Yosef Garfinkel Presents Earliest Alphabetical Inscription
Prof. Yosef Garfinkel Presents Earliest Alphabetical Inscription
Prof. Yosef Garfinkel Presents Earliest Alphabetical Inscription
And a second “House of David” inscription confirmed
Aramaic in the Book of Jonah—Evidence of Late Authorship? Or Something Else Entirely?
Aramaic in the Book of Jonah—Evidence of Late Authorship? Or Something Else Entirely?
Aramaic in the Book of Jonah—Evidence of Late Authorship? Or Something Else Entirely?
It’s a common charge, that the presence of Aramaic in certain biblical texts is “proof” of late authorship. But with the book of Jonah, it’s rather more nuanced …
Where is Biblical Ai?
Where is Biblical Ai?
Where is Biblical Ai?
Two primary theories; one contradicts the Bible.
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Eilat Mazar
Hebrew University archaeologist Dr. Eilat Mazar excavated ancient Jerusalem for more than 50 years. Dr. Mazar was a world-class biblical archaeologist who uncovered evidence of some of the Bible’s greatest stories and characters.
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