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A walking tour reveals Jerusalem flourishing, destroyed and splendidly rebuilt.
War—or rather two wars—made possible the current golden age of discovery in Jerusalem, at the City of David, at the Temple Mount and in the Old City’s Jewish Quarter. In 1948, during...
Biblical Archaeology Review, May/June 1992
The history of archaeology is filled with accidental discoveries. With all our scientific tools and methodologies, chance continues to be a major component of our success. So it was that we discovered the final resting place of the Caiaphas...
Biblical Archaeology Review, September/October 1992
Is it really?
“Unclean! Unclean!” That cry—the cry of the leper—struck terror into the hearts of passersby in Palestine at the turn of the Common Era. In medieval Europe that cry separated the leper...
Bible Review, April 1992