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Finds from First Temple Period to Modern Times
When archaeology student Zachi Zweig started to sift through the mountains of dirt that had been dumped into the Kidron Valley by Muslim authorities in charge of the unsupervised...
Biblical Archaeology Review, July/August 2005
Where Jesus Cured the Blind Man
Few places better illustrate the layered history that archaeology uncovers than the little ridge known as the City of David, the oldest inhabited part of Jerusalem. For example, to tell the story of the Pool of Siloam, where Jesus cured the...
Biblical Archaeology Review, September/October 2005
To encounter ancient Near Eastern religion, one can hardly do better than to begin with the clay model house shrines that appear as early as the third millennium B.C. and continue through the Biblical period. An especially instructive one is...
Biblical Archaeology Review, November/December 2005