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I believe I have succeeded in identifying substantial archaeological remains from a period that is almost an archaeological blank in the history of ancient Israel—the period of the Babylonian Exile, when according to tradition, the Judeans...
Biblical Archaeology Review, September/October 1997
The sacred way as Roman procession
Scholars have long recognized that the Evangelists do not simply report the events of Jesus’ life. They select, arrange and...
Bible Review, February 1997
Preserved in art
Gazing in adoration at the newborn Jesus, three shepherds join Joseph and Mary in the manger in an early-15th-century painting of The Nativity, attributed to the Netherlandish artist Robert Campin. Outside the rustic shed appear two...
Bible Review, June 1997