Daily Gleanings about the recent discovery of the tomb of Ptolemy IV Philopater.
Daily Gleanings about open access photographic resources from Carl Rasmussen and Jesse Gavin.
Daily Gleanings about a new open-access monograph series from the Council for British Research in the Levant.
Daily Gleanings about the “Hebrews” inscription discovered during ongoing excavations at Atarot in Jordan.
On 5–6 April, I attended the annual Stone-Campbell Journal Conference. One of the most fascinating papers was that by David Fiensy. The paper was rather innocuously titled “Interpreting Acts: The Value of Archaeology.” But David delivered a fascinating, eye-opening discussion of disease in the ancient Mediterranean. David’s primary evidence is archaeologically preserved in bones and […]
Douglas Estes (and others) have picked up the story of the excavation of a Nathan-Melech bulla in Jerusalem. “The greatest danger for most of us is not that we aim too high and we miss it, but we aim too low and reach it.” – Michelangelo via Michael Hyatt Daily Gleanings for 12 April 2019 […]