November 2015 Issue | Vol 22 No 6
Articles in This Issue:
The Archaeologist: Sir William Mitchell RamsayEducated and steeped in ancient culture, he was compelled to acknowledge a stream of history that the world had heretofore rejected.
Jonathan Tubb, keeper of the Middle East department at the British Museum, recounts memories of his friend, a Syrian scholar murdered by Islamic State militants.
A timeline of Jerusalem of almost 3000 year, from the British Mandate to the First Temple.
Editors comments with Gary Webster
To many archaeologists and historians, the Bible is not considered a valid nor accurate source, rather, the product of tradition. But is it?
Domitian: Emperor of Wasted OpportunitiesThe last of the Flavian Emperors, hated by the Roman Senate, jealous of everyone and full of fear.
A link to future from the past, its many facets—real and spiritual—were essential to life along its banks for millennia.