Buried as a good-luck charm?
The gold and silver of Tarshish.
With colorful, geometric patterns.
Eating herring in Oxford.
Along with the world’s oldest basket.
A window on how Roman soldiers relaxed.
The Tyre shekel and Heracles-Melqarth.
Joined by Arameans and Hittites to contain Assyria.
King Solomon’s mines.
Did Pharaoh’s baker use conical molds?
With a “spiritual” meaning.
The sacred precinct on Mount Gerizim.
Defending Israeli archaeology from perverse slanders.
Royal purple and the Edomites.