Archaeology

A “jot” makes all the difference.

Robert Cargill
Jan. 17 2019 12:01AM

A sign of the north’s domination of the south.

Amanda Borschel-Dan
Jan. 11 2019 12:01AM

Built for launching a campaign against Egypt.

Philippe Bohstrom
Dec. 28 2018 12:01AM

The bathhouse of Tsipori.

Rachel Bernstein
Dec. 12 2018 12:01AM

Casting new light on a well-known talmudic passage.

Amanda Borschel-Dan
Dec. 11 2018 12:01AM

Excavations in Ethiopia may shed some light on the biblical story.

Stanley Stewart
Dec. 5 2018 12:01AM

A 6th-century-BCE record of purchasing a slave.

Rachel Bernstein
Dec. 4 2018 12:01AM

The half shekel.

Amanda Borschel-Dan
Nov. 26 2018 12:01AM

Jonah, the Tower of Babel, and Noah’s ark.

James Rogers
Nov. 20 2018 12:01AM

Contrary to what scholars have claimed, the camels in Genesis are not anachronistic.

Megan Sauter
Nov. 16 2018 12:01AM

When the kings of Judah were vassals of Assyria.

Nov. 15 2018 12:01AM

Boats in Beersheba.

Amanda Borschel-Dan
Nov. 14 2018 12:01AM

When Canaan was an Egyptian province.

Daniel Shani
Oct. 25 2018 12:35AM

A recent archaeological discovery in Jerusalem reminds us that Jews once bore names like Antigonus, Aristobulus, and, possibly, Daedalus.

Oct. 24 2018 12:01AM