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Monday, January 14, 2013
Top 20 Archaeology Events and Discoveries of 2012
Bible History Daily
has list the top 20 stories of 2012. Below are the links to the stories in no particular order of significance.
VERDICT: NOT GUILTY: Two Remaining Defendants Cleared of Forgery Charges After 5-year Trial
A Samson Mosaic from Huqoq: An Inside Look at Discovering Ancient Synagogues with Jodi Magness
Scorched Wheat May Provide Answers on the Destruction of Canaanite Tel Hazor
City of David Archaeologists Unearth Late Bronze Age Egyptian Scarab
First Temple Period ‘Matanyahu’ Seal Discovered in Jerusalem
Book of Nehemiah Found Among the Scrolls:Scroll scholars find first fragment of Nehemiah
Archaeologists Discover “New” Ancient Language from the Eighth-Century B.C.E.
Bilingual Boundary Stone Discovered at Tel Gezer
History of Bethlehem Documented by First Temple Period Bulla from the City of David
Yeshiva University Project Shines a Colorful Digital Light on the Arch of Titus
Fatimid Treasure Discovered at Crusader-Era Apollonia-Arsuf
Tel Aviv University Scholars Discuss Jewelry Discovery at Megiddo
The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife Controversy
A “Gospel of Jesus’ Wife” on a Coptic Papyrus
as well as
Is the Harvard Theological Review a Coward or Did Dr. Karen King Do Something Wrong?
Evidence of Cultic Activity in Judah Discovered at Khirbet Qeiyafa
Ancient Reservoir Provided Water for First Temple Period Jerusalem
Archaeologists Reveal a Desecrated Iron Age Temple at Beth-Shemesh
First Temple Period Ritual Structure Discovered Near Jerusalem
Bountiful Hoard Discovered Near Kiryat Gat: Gold, Silver and Jewelry Hidden During the Bar Kokhba Revolt
Sifting Project Reveals First Temple Bulla
Archaeologists Expose Israel’s Largest Hellenistic Harbor
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