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Ninth-century B.C. inscription adds new dimension to Biblical account of Mesha’s rebellion
F. A. Klein was an Anglican minister, born in Alsace, who came to the Holy Land as a medical missionary in the mid-1800s. Although he lived in Jerusalem, he traveled widely on both sides of the Jordan, seeking to relieve pain and win converts...
Biblical Archaeology Review, May/June 1986
All efforts at publication now ended
One of the greatest Biblical archaeologists of the 20th century, William Foxwell Albright, left an unfinished book manuscript when he died in 1971. But this is no secret to his friends, students and admirers. BAR readers were told of the...
Biblical Archaeology Review, January/February 1984
Three recent books deal with the life of Moses and that epoch-making journey we call the Exodus. Although each is different from the other two, a reading of all three impresses one with how little, not how much, we really know. Two of these...
Biblical Archaeology Review, June 1977