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- Dylan Roof pleads not guilty over church shooting
- Mullah Omar's son says he cannot support new Taliban leader
- Naomi Campbell guilty of assault on Sicilian paparazzo
- Cameroon 'expels 2,000 Nigerians' in fight against Boko Haram
- Mark Zuckerberg calls for end to miscarriages taboo
- Republican candidates: who will qualify for the first presidential debate?
- MH370 search live: 'Convincing evidence' plane was downed in Indian Ocean - Malaysian offical
- Malaysian officials say they are close to solving riddle of MH370
- Palestinian baby killed in arson attack 'by Israeli settlers'
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Tag Archives: Minimalism
Following a radio interview here two days ago is, as expected, Christianity Today’s profile on Dr Eilat Mazar: Archaeology’s Rebel: Bible in One Hand, Spade in the Other. That’s the title. It follows thus: When the ribbon was cut to dedicate Jerusalem’s newest … Continue reading
In Associates for Biblical Research: The May/June 2011 issue of Biblical Archaeology Review is an exciting one. On the cover, some of the topics of the issue are listed, at the top of which are the words, “The End of … Continue reading
Associates for Biblical Research reports: Israel Finkelstein revises his dating “Two afternoon sessions at the Society of Biblical Literature Meeting were devoted to Archaeology and Text, and in particular to the dating problems associated with the transition from Iron Age … Continue reading
Via Bible Places.com: If you think that archaeology is boring, you should take thirty minutes this weekend and read Asaf Shtull-Trauring’s article in the Haaretz magazine. This lengthy piece interviews the major players in the chief dispute in Israeli archaeology … Continue reading