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Khirbet Qeiyafa and Tel Lachish Excavations Explore Early Kingdom of Judah

A large administrative building (thick walls) at Khirbet Qeiyafa, dating to the era of King David and the early kingdom of Judah, surrounds a later …

Archaeology

Ten Top Biblical Archaeology Discoveries - Biblical Archaeology Society

Download your copy of <i>Ten Top Biblical Archaeology Discoveries</i> and start receiving Bible History Daily — both absolutely free!<p><b>We understand that your</b> …

Archaeology

Errors in the Masoretes’ “Original” Hebrew Manuscripts of the Bible?

<i>This Bible History Daily feature was originally published in 2013.—Ed.</i><p>A MASTERPIECE OF THE MASORETES. The Masoretes established an astoundingly …

Theology

When Did Christianity Begin to Spread?

When did Christianity begin to spread? The cross-shaped marble baptistery is one of the recent archaeological discoveries at the fourth-century …

Archaeology

Can A Pre-Christian Version of the Book of Revelation Be Recovered?

<i>This article was originally published on Dr. James Tabor’s popular Taborblog, a site that discusses and reports on “‘All things biblical’ from the</i> …

Theology

The Tel Dan Inscription: The First Historical Evidence of King David from the Bible

<i>This Bible History Daily feature was originally published in 2011.—Ed.</i><p>The fragmentary Tel Dan stela, containing the Tel Dan inscription (or “House of …

Searching for the Temple of King Solomon

The black basalt ruins of the Iron Age temple discovered at ’Ain Dara in northern Syria offer the closest known parallel to the Temple of King …

Archaeology

Jewish Revolts

Throughout the Hellenistic and Roman periods, Jewish revolts against the imperial powers of the day helped shape Jewish history, culture and …

Ancient History

The Last Days of Hattusa

<i>Read Trevor Bryce’s article “The Last Days of Hattusa” as it originally appeared in</i> Archaeology Odyssey<i>, January/February 2005. The article was first</i> …

Ancient History

Who Was Moses? Was He More than an Exodus Hero?

The Exodus hero Moses. The Biblical Moses, portrayed here as a shepherd in a print by contemporary Israeli artist Mordechai Beck, protectively clasps …

Theology

Ancient Israel Archives

Discovered during the Temple Mount Sifting Project, this seventh-century B.C.E. clay bulla inscribed in paleo-Hebrew script with the phrase “Gibeon, …

Archaeology

“Lay Some Flowers on My Grave”

More than 14,000 years ago, an adult male and adolescent of the Natufian culture were buried with flowers in a double grave. It is the earliest known …

Archaeology

Hidden from View

Three intact cooking pots and an oil lamp were discovered in a cistern near Robinson’s Arch in Jerusalem. The vessels may be evidence of the famine …

Archaeology

The House of Peter: The Home of Jesus in Capernaum?

Beneath the foundations of this octagonal Byzantine martyrium church at Capernaum, archaeologists made one of the most exciting Biblical archaeology …

Archaeology