Biblical Archaeology Review 42:6, November/December 2016

Strata: In Their Own Words

Although we are limited in what we can know and say about the ancient world, it is important for historians and archaeologists to do more than just list facts. Trevor Bryce makes the case that it is necessary to look at ancient cultures through the eyes of those who lived in it—and discuss what life would have been like for the average person in those cultures.1 Taking this approach creates as full a picture of the past as possible.

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