And home to one of Judea’s last queens.

Adi Erlich
March 6 2018 12:01AM

Are scholars who deliberately refer to the Jews of the Second Temple era as “Judeans” engaging in semantic subterfuge? (A debate.)

Adele Reinhartz et al.
Aug. 27 2014 12:01AM

Discovered a century ago, clay figurines of human forms were prevalent in the First Temple period (c. 800–586 B.C.E). To this day, no one knows. . .

Robin Ngo
Aug. 25 2014 12:01AM

Many blame the kidnapping of three Israeli teenagers on “oppressive conditions” in Judea and Samaria. The reality in that territory is altogether otherwise.   

June 19 2014 12:01AM

Excavations at Lachish, once second only to Jerusalem among Judean cities, have shed light on a thousand years of war among ancient nations and empires. (2005)

Philip J. King
Nov. 15 2013 12:00AM

Did the New Testament book of Revelation begin life as an apocalyptic text that predated the rise of Christianity?

James Tabor
Oct. 31 2013 12:00AM

Excavations of the long-lost camp of the Roman army’s sixth division in northern Judea offer new insights into both the Roman occupation and the religious. . .

Yotam Tepper
Oct. 24 2013 12:00AM

The rabbis of Roman Palestine constituted a movement in opposition to Rome and Roman culture; but was their own culture, in some sense, Roman as well?

Ishay Rosen-Zvi
Aug. 19 2013 12:00AM

Several ancient historians attest that, long before destroying Judea, Rome allied with the Maccabees against the Seleucids. Archeological research supports the claim.

Hana Levi Julian
July 31 2013 12:00AM

Scholars have traditionally evaluated the letters of the apostle Paul only in a Greco-Roman context. A new book points convincingly to a very different source of influence.

M. Eugene Boring
June 14 2013 12:00AM