Biblical archaeology
Biblical archaeology involves the recovery and scientific investigation of the material remains of past cultures that can illuminate the periods and descriptions in the Bible, be they from the Old Tes...
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bible mysteries: Both contemporary scientists and those from the last century have taken their cues from scripture when digging. Among the digs studied: the ...
Bible and Orient Museum
The Bible and Orient Museum (officially: BIBLE+ORIENT Museum) in Fribourg/Switzerland is the exhibition of a collection of ancient Egyptian and ancient Near Eastern miniature art as well as a project ...
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École Biblique
The École Biblique, strictly the École biblique et archéologique française de Jérusalem, is a French academic establishment in Jerusalem, founded by Dominicans, and specialising in archaeology and Bib...
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Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society is a non-denominational organization that supports and promotes biblical archaeology. It publishes Biblical Archaeology Review. Its past publications included Bible Re...
Abraham in History and Tradition (book)
Abraham in History and Tradition is a book by biblical scholar John Van Seters.The book is divided into two parts, Abraham in History and Abraham in Tradition. In Part I, Van Seters argues that there ...
King Ahaz's Seal
King Ahaz's seal is a bulla (impressed piece of clay) originating from 8th century BCE. The place of discovery of this seal is unknown, and it is currently part of Shlomo Moussaieff's private collecti...
Hasmonean royal winter palaces
The Hasmonean royal winter palaces are a complex of buildings from the Second Temple period, which were discovered in the western Jericho valley, near the entrance to Wadi Qelt and to the Roman path g...
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Biblical Archaeology Review
Biblical Archaeology Review is a bi-monthly magazine that seeks to connect the academic study of archaeology to a broad general audience seeking to understand the world of the Bible and the Near and M...
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Jack M. Sasson
Jack M. Sasson currently serves as Mary Jane Werthan Professor of Jewish Studies and Hebrew Bible at Vanderbilt Divinity School and as a Professor of Classics at Vanderbilt University. His research f...
What Did the Biblical Writers Know and When Did They Know It?
What Did the Biblical Writers Know and When Did They Know It? is a book by biblical scholar and archaeologist William G. Dever detailing his response to the claims of minimalists to the historicity a...
Bible and Spade
Bible and Spade is a quarterly magazine published by the inerrantist Associates for Biblical Research, explicitly committed to the use of archaeology to demonstrate the historical veracity of the Old ...
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James the Brother of Jesus (book)
James the Brother of Jesus: The Key to Unlocking the Secrets of early Christianity and the Dead Sea Scrolls is a 1997 book by American archaeologist and Biblical scholar Robert Eisenman. He is most fa...
Robert Eisenman
Robert Eisenman is an American biblical scholar, theoretical writer, historian, archaeologist, and "road" poet. He is currently Professor of Middle East Religions, Archaeology, and Islamic Law and dir...
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Johann Peter Kirsch
Johann Peter Kirsch (November 3, 1861 – February 4, 1941) was a church historian and Biblical archaeologist.
Johann Peter Kirsch was born in Dippach, Luxembourg on November 3, 1861, the son of And...
Hershel Shanks
Hershel Shanks (born March 8, 1930 in Sharon, Pennsylvania) is the founder of the Biblical Archaeology Society and the editor of the Biblical Archaeology Review and has written and edited numerous wor...
Biblical archaeology school
Biblical archaeology, occasionally known as Palestinology is the school of archaeology which concerns itself with the biblical world.
Adriaan Reland, professor of philosophy at the University of ...
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Azal (Bible)
Azal (אצל), or Azel, is a location mentioned in the Book of Zechariah 14:5, in Bibles that use the Hebrew Masoretic Text as the source for this verse. In Bibles that follow the Greek Septuagint (LXX) ...
Christian archaeology
Christian Archeology (more commonly termed "Biblical Archaeology") is the study of archaeological sites in connection to the texts of the Bible. The abundance of forgeries, fakes, and misinterpretatio...
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Who Were the Early Israelites and Where Did They Come from?
Who Were the Early Israelites and Where Did They Come From? is a book by American biblical scholar and archaeologist William G. Dever. Dever has been prominent in the debate between biblical "maximali...
Pierre Benoit (archaeologist)
Maurice Benoit (3 August 1906 – 23 April 1987), better known as Pierre Benoit, was a French Catholic priest, exegete, and theologian.
A Dominican, Pierre Benoit studied the New Testament at the Éc...
Biblical Minimalism
Biblical minimalism, also known as the Copenhagen School because two of its most prominent figures taught at Copenhagen University, was a movement or trend in biblical scholarship that began in the 19...
George Aaron Barton
Reverend George Aaron Barton Ph.D. (b. 12 November 1859 in East Farnham, Quebec, Canada - d. 28 June 1942 (age 83) in Weston, Massachusetts) was a Canadian author, Episcopal clergyman and professor of...