Archaeology

  • Archaeology with an Open Mind
    Archaeology with an Open Mind

    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?

  • Hero of Archaeology
    Hero of Archaeology

    Gary Webster

    Editors comments with Gary Webster

  •  Doorway to the Past
    Doorway to the Past

    Caroline Shapiro

    A timeline of Jerusalem of almost 3000 year, from the British Mandate to the First Temple.

  • The Nile, Ageless River of Time
    The Nile, Ageless River of Time

    Suzette Hartwell

    A link to future from the past, its many facets—real and spiritual—were essential to life along its banks for millennia.

  • Hippocrates: A Modern Mind in the Ancient World
    Hippocrates: A Modern Mind in the Ancient World

    Michael J. Caba

    A look at the ancient origins of modern medical practice, established in ancient Greece.

  • Unearthing Alexander
    Unearthing Alexander

    Richard Stone

    For centuries it was the most renowned and respected shrine in the Roman Empire. Yet by the end of the fourth century A.D., it disappeared without trace. Is a tomb recently discovered in Greece the elusive tomb of Alexander the Great?

  • Qumran's "Righteous Teacher"
    Qumran's "Righteous Teacher"

    Daryn Graham

    We know very little of the youthful years of Jesus, the founder of Christianity. Some suggest He spent time at Qumran as =the incarnation of the “Righteous Teacher” of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

  • A Museum of Distinction
    A Museum of Distinction

    Suzette Hartwell

    Macquarie University, in Sydney, Australia, is host to an amazingly well-kept secret,

  • Hummaurabi's Book of the law
    Hummaurabi's Book of the law

    Matthew Williams

    Hammurabi's kingdom started out small but grew in power and influence. Lets look at his celebrated code of law.

  • The Archaeology of a Trial
    The Archaeology of a Trial

    Titus Kennedy

    The evidence against Jesus of Nazareth that led to His death might have been faked, but the archaeological evidence for His trial is real.

  • News from the World of Archaeology: January/February 2015
    News from the World of Archaeology: January/February 2015

    Various Authors

    News from the World of Archaeology

  • Evidence for Belief
    Evidence for Belief

    Michael G. Hasel

    For 200 years Aarchaeological research has remained one of the most significant disciplines providing new information on the world of the Bible.

  • Behistan Secrets of Ancient Aryan Language
    Behistan Secrets of Ancient Aryan Language

    Alison Buckley

    As with all good stories, facts are better than fiction. A fascinating tale of ancient kings and their queens, and their place in history.*

  • Living with the Enemy
    Living with the Enemy

    Matthew Williams

    Ancient culture learnt to get along with its conqueror

  • A Bird's-eye View of Archaeology
    A Bird's-eye View of Archaeology

    Daryn Graham

    From remotely piloted aircraft to infra-red satellite imager, our view of archaeology is changing. The future of discovering the past.

  • Lesser-known Female Rulers of Egypt
    Lesser-known Female Rulers of Egypt

    Suzette Hartwell

    Much has been written about those better known female rulers of ancient Egypt—Hatshepsut, Nefertiti and Cleopatra. But less familiar female rulers also made a mark.

  • Tales from the Silk Road
    Tales from the Silk Road

    Daryn Graham

    For more than millennium, traders braved the hazards of mountain and desert along the Silk Road seeking the wealth of the East. And at its western end was Parthia, strategically situation to benefit.

  • An Exile in Babylon
    An Exile in Babylon

    Titus Kennedy

    Let's look at the historicity and accuracy of a long-disputed, even ignored, archaeological source - the Bible

  • Dating the Shroud
    Dating the Shroud

    Matthew Williams

    In this analysis of archaeological, historical and scientific methods, Matthew Williams reviews the processes—and outcomes—of science applied to archaeology.

  • Rome's Domus Aurea
    Rome's Domus Aurea

    Marco Merola

    It was one of Rome’s most extravagant palace—the dream home of Nero. Often despised for his lavish tastes, Nero was nonetheless a great patron of the arts as documented by this huge complex lost for centuries.

  • Ancient Health
    Ancient Health

    Gary Webster

    We sometimes think of sound medical knowledge as the provenance of modern times. But Gary Webster looks into some ancient sources—Egyptian papyri and the Hebrew Torah—the latter containing some amazingly modern science

  • Nazareth: The Cradle of Christianity
    Nazareth: The Cradle of Christianity

    Daniel Herman

    Third in Danny Herman’s “New Testament Archaeology” series

  • The Jericho Evidence
    The Jericho Evidence

    David Down

    Editor's comment with David Down

  • Jericho Under Fire Again
    Jericho Under Fire Again

    David Down

    David Down addresses the latest assault on the archaeological evidence of this ancient city.

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