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The ‘Raamses’ of Exodus 1:11: Timestamp of Authorship? Or Anachronism?
The ‘Raamses’ of Exodus 1:11: Timestamp of Authorship? Or Anachronism?
The ‘Raamses’ of Exodus 1:11: Timestamp of Authorship? Or Anachronism?
Another pillar of the late-Exodus theory, ably contested and defended. But there is more than meets the eye …
A Japanese Prince, Herbert Armstrong, and an Unlikely Partnership in Biblical Archaeology
A Japanese Prince, Herbert Armstrong, and an Unlikely Partnership in Biblical Archaeology
A Japanese Prince, Herbert Armstrong, and an Unlikely Partnership in Biblical Archaeology
Recognizing the “holy bridge between East and West”
The ‘480 Years’ of 1 Kings 6:1: Just a Symbolic Number?
The ‘480 Years’ of 1 Kings 6:1: Just a Symbolic Number?
The ‘480 Years’ of 1 Kings 6:1: Just a Symbolic Number?
It’s a key pillar to the late-date Exodus theory. Does it stand up to scrutiny?
Extremely Rare Revolt Coin Seized and Returned to Israel
Extremely Rare Revolt Coin Seized and Returned to Israel
Extremely Rare Revolt Coin Seized and Returned to Israel
The (Re)discovery of the Ishmael Papyrus—One of Only Three Known First Temple-Period Papyri
The (Re)discovery of the Ishmael Papyrus—One of Only Three Known First Temple-Period Papyri
The (Re)discovery of the Ishmael Papyrus—One of Only Three Known First Temple-Period Papyri
Further evidence of Jeremiah’s account?
A Real Indiana Jones Moment: Untouched 3,300-Year-Old Tomb Discovered in Israel
A Real Indiana Jones Moment: Untouched 3,300-Year-Old Tomb Discovered in Israel
A Real Indiana Jones Moment: Untouched 3,300-Year-Old Tomb Discovered in Israel
An intact Ramesside-period underground tomb inadvertently revealed along Israel’s coast
The Ishmael Papyrus, a Silver Shekel and a Fully Stocked 3,300-Year-Old Tomb
The Ishmael Papyrus, a Silver Shekel and a Fully Stocked 3,300-Year-Old Tomb
The Ishmael Papyrus, a Silver Shekel and a Fully Stocked 3,300-Year-Old Tomb
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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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