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Sometimes we make discoveries not by digging in the ground, but by digging in the records of past excavations. So it is with Masada, Herod’s nearly impregnable palace-fortress in the Judean wilderness, occupied and defended by Jewish Zealots...
Biblical Archaeology Review, July/August 1992
Scholars struggle to interpret them
A barracks or a bazaar? Could it be a temple? Or maybe a stable? Perhaps a storehouse? These are some of the suggestions regarding the function of a very important type of building that appears at one Israelite site after another for nearly...
Biblical Archaeology Review, January/February 1992