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Will the Location of the Tabernacle be Soon Discovered at Tel Shiloh?
Will the Location of the Tabernacle be Soon Discovered at Tel Shiloh?
Will the Location of the Tabernacle be Soon Discovered at Tel Shiloh?
The upcoming excavation at Shiloh may reveal the resting place of the biblical tabernacle, says dig director Dr. Scott Stripling.
Hidden Biblical Clues Reveal Some of History’s Greatest Conflicts
Hidden Biblical Clues Reveal Some of History’s Greatest Conflicts
Hidden Biblical Clues Reveal Some of History’s Greatest Conflicts
Avital Mazar-Tsairi: Unsung Star of the Mazar Archaeology Family
Avital Mazar-Tsairi: Unsung Star of the Mazar Archaeology Family
Avital Mazar-Tsairi: Unsung Star of the Mazar Archaeology Family
Few could have matched the prodigious work ethic of Dr. Eilat Mazar—except, perhaps, her sister.
Is This Anat? Gaza Farmer Uncovers Peculiar ‘4,500-Year-Old’ Idol Head
Is This Anat? Gaza Farmer Uncovers Peculiar ‘4,500-Year-Old’ Idol Head
Is This Anat? Gaza Farmer Uncovers Peculiar ‘4,500-Year-Old’ Idol Head
A remarkable discovery, if the official assessment is true—but we are left with more questions than answers.
Debunked: The Early Philistines are NOT Proof Against the Bible
Debunked: The Early Philistines are NOT Proof Against the Bible
Debunked: The Early Philistines are NOT Proof Against the Bible
967 B.C.E<span class="smallcaps">.</span>: How the Lynchpin Date for Solomon’s Temple Was Determined
967 B.C.E.: How the Lynchpin Date for Solomon’s Temple Was Determined
967 B.C.E.: How the Lynchpin Date for Solomon’s Temple Was Determined
A story of confirmation and cross-corroboration—quite by accident
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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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