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Interview: Rethinking the Search For Kings David and Solomon
Interview: Rethinking the Search For Kings David and Solomon
Interview: Rethinking the Search For Kings David and Solomon
Evidence of Moses’s ‘Conquest of Ethiopia’?
Evidence of Moses’s ‘Conquest of Ethiopia’?
Evidence of Moses’s ‘Conquest of Ethiopia’?
A lesser-known story of the famous biblical personality—and some fascinating evidence behind it
Twin Treasure-Laden Shipwrecks Discovered Outside the Ancient Port of Caesarea
Twin Treasure-Laden Shipwrecks Discovered Outside the Ancient Port of Caesarea
Twin Treasure-Laden Shipwrecks Discovered Outside the Ancient Port of Caesarea
Roman- and Mamluk-era shipwrecks yield fascinating finds.
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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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