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[More Articles on Archaeology]


  • Was Herod’s Tomb Indeed Uncovered in Herodium?
    By Joseph Patrich and Benny Arubas

  • Was "Israelite" Sacrifice Practiced at Tel Dan?
    By Jonathan S. Greer

  • Interview with Yosef Garfinkel Director of the Khirbet Qeiyafa excavations and Professor at the Institute of Archaeology at the Hebrew University
    By Eldad Keynan

  • Why was Samaria made the capital of the Kingdom of Israel?
    By Norma Franklin

  • The Galilean Economy in the Time of Jesus: Can You Dig It?
    By David A. Fiensy

  • Archaeology in Israel Update—April 2013
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Jerusalem’s “What Me Worry“ Archaeology
    By Raphael Greenberg

  • A Future for the Archaeology of Jerusalem
    By Raphael Greenberg

  • Archaeology in Israel Update—March 2013
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Archaeology in Israel Update--February 2013
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Archaeological Park & Museum: Durch die Zeiten
    By Dieter Vieweger


  • Archaeology in Israel Update--December 2012
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Archaeology in Israel Update--August 2012
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Archaeology in Israel Update--July 2012
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Jezreel Expedition Update July 2012
    By Jennie Ebeling and Norma Franklin

  • The Huqoq Synagogue Mosaics
    By Paul V.M. Flesher

  • Rejoinder to Yosef Garfinkel and Saar Ganor
    By Rami Arav

  • A Reply to R. Arav’s Review of Khirbet Qeiyafa Vol. 1
    By Yosef Garfinkel and Saar Ganor

  • Data, Paradigms and Paradigm-Collapse Trauma: from Biblical Archaeology to Brutal Biblical Archaeology
    By Yosef Garfinkel

  • Archaeology in Israel Update--June 2012
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Archaeology in Israel Update--April 2012
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Archaeology in Israel Update--February/March 2012
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • The Idea for the Interpretation of King Herod’s Tomb at Herodium National Park
    By Zeev Margalit and Roi Porat

  • Archaeology in Israel Update-- December 2011
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Archaeology in Israel Update-- November 2011
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Caesarea Maritima
    By Joseph Patrich

  • Archaeology in Israel Update--September 2011
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Archaeology in Israel Update-- August 2011
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Archaeology in Israel Update-- July 2011
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • A Stone Oil Lamp with Seven Nozzles Carved with Jewish Symbols from the Late Second Temple Period.
    By Amnon Rosenfeld et al

  • Archaeology in Israel Update-- May/June 2011
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • A Different Tomb in Lower Galilee
    By Eldad Keynan

  • Archaeology in Israel Update-- April 2011
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Hercules Rises from the Bathhouse in Sussita
    By Arthur Segal and Michael Eisenberg

  • Archaeology in Israel Update-- March 2011
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Archaeology in Israel Update--January/February 2011
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Tel Dor Excavations

  • Archaeology in Israel Update--November/December 2010
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Update on Mt. Zion
    By James D. Tabor

  • Tel Hazor Excavations: Highlights from Recent Seasons
    By Jennie R. Ebeling

  • Archaeology in Israel Update --October 2010
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Archaeology in Israel Update - September 2010
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Archaeology in Israel Update - August 2010
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • An Ignored Contradiction between the Merneptah Stele and Archaeological Data
    By Todd Bolen

  • Rare Bronze Horned-Bracelet, Not Ancient
    By Robert Deutsch

  • Archaeology in Israel Updates July 2010
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • Archaeology in Israel Updates June 2010
    By Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg

  • The Temple Mount in Jerusalem During the First Temple Period: An Archaeologist's View
    By David Ussishkin

  • The Debated Historicity of Hezekiah?s Reform in Light of Historical and Archaeological Research
    By Nadav Na'aman

  • Was Jerusalem a Trade Center in the Late Iron Age?
    By Juan Manuel Tebes

  • Three figurines of Aphrodite, goddess of love, hidden during the Roman Era, discovered in Hippos (Sussita)

  • The "Palace of David" Reconsidered in the Light of Earlier Excavations
    By Margreet L. Steiner

  • The Fortress at Qumran: A History of Interpretation
    By Robert R. Cargill

  • How Should Archaeology Reach its Public?
    By Paul Flesher

  • William Foxwell Albright - A Biographical Memoir
    By Thomas Levy and David Noel Freedman

  • Three Notes on Qumran
    By David Stacey

  • Petra and the Bible
    By Philip Hammond

  • Iraq
    By American Schools of Oriental Research

  • Qumran in the Light of Recent Publications
    By David Stacey

  • Where Is Mount Sinai?
    By Emmanuel Anati

  • Shank's Assertions are Simply Incorrect and Mis-leading
    By Yuval Goren

  • Updates on the Ossuary of Ya'acob bar Yosef and the Temple Tablet
    By Rochelle Altman

  • Report on the Temple Tablet
    By Rochelle Altman

  • The Inscription Attributed to Jehoash, King of Judah
    By Yuval Goren

  • Professor Yuval Goren an alternative interpretation for the data obtained by the GSI scientists-- Joash inscription is almost certainly a forgery
    By Yuval Goren

  • The Bethsaida Excavations Project
    (Link to the BethSaida Site)

  • Was There a Synagogue in Hasmonian Jericho?
    By David Stacey

  • A Synagogue from the Hasmonian Period Exposed at Jericho
    By Ehud Netzer

  • Ben-Yehuda unearths the myth of Masada
    by Nachman Ben-Yehuda

  • Recent Archaeological Discoveries at Hazor
    By Dr. Jennie R. Ebeling

  • Tell es-Safi/Gath
    By Aren M. Maeir

  • Bethsaida and the Ministry of Jesus around the Sea of Galilee
    By Rami Arav

  • James F. Strange on Sepphoris
    By James Strange

  • Special Report on Excavating Herodian Palaces in Jerusalem
    By Jacqueline Schaalje

  • Excavation Reports


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    2001 Season

  • Second Season at Hippos (Sussita)

  • Bethsaida, 2001 Season
    Excavation of Iron Age gate area reveals outer city gate.

  • Hisban Excavation 2001 Season

  • Kursi Excavations 2001 Report
    Excavation reveals bath complex at Byzantine monastery.


  • 2000 Season