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The Dead Sea Scrolls and Why They Matter | Biblical Archaeology Review
These ancient manuscripts are invaluable to our understanding of the history of Judaism, the development of the Hebrew Bible, and the beginnings of ...
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Send us the idea by mail or through the form on this page: BAR Cartoon Caption Contest Ideas Biblical Archaeology Society 4710 41st Street, NW ...
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July/August 2007 winner of the Biblical Archaeology Review Cartoon Caption ... Cartoon Caption Contest. July/August 2007 Winner. And the Winner Is.. ...
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Borrowing from the Neighbors: Pagan Imagery in Christian Art ...
The earliest known Christian art can be found in the catacombs of Rome. ... Initially, this image seems to have an association with the pagan god Hermes, ...
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Philip C. Hammond (1924-2008) | Obituaries, Grants, Endowments ...
Obituaries, grants, endowments, awards and announcements from the worlds of ... Philip C. Hammond, professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of ...
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Check back soon for our next cruise. ... Free Email Newsletter. Get Bible and archaeology news, behind the scenes stories, special offers and more. ...
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Pompeii Awakened by Judith Harris | Biblical Archaeology Review
John Merrill reviews Pompeii Awakened by Judith Harris.
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Daily Bible and Archaeology News | Biblical Archaeology Review
Daily Bible and archaeology news on antiquities, excavations, recent archaeological finds, Bible, religion and spirituality.
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Daily Bible and Archaeology News | Biblical Archaeology Review
An excavation in the hills of Jerusalem has recently uncovered a ... Explore Qumran, the site where the famous Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered, ...
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Nehemiah—The Man Behind the Wall - Biblical Archaeology Review
The Biblical figure Nehemiah was instrumental in the rebuilding and reestablishment of Jerusalem in the fifth century BC following the Babylonian exile.
 
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