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Tel Maresha Caves Reveal Lost World of the Idumeans https://t.co/WOrBahSxDC
What does the Codex Bezae reveal about Jesus’ temperament in Mark 1:41? https://t.co/ELsMRNX6mm
DC-area lecture, Oct. 18: Emily Egan, “Wall Paintings of the Late Bronze Age Palace of Nestor” https://t.co/7DWjruNWPM
RT @robintngo: Boaz Zissu, Eitan Klein, Roi Porat, Boaz Langford & Amos Frumkin describe the Te’omim Cave excavations in @BibArch: https://…
The Fihrist, and the scholarship it represents, is one of the shining positives that emerged from the Crusades. https://t.co/9XwUOpliCo
What does the Codex Bezae reveal about Jesus’ temperament in Mark 1:41? https://t.co/ELsMROeHdU
Where Did the Philistines Come From? https://t.co/v7Hzy76rdr
DC-area lecture, Oct. 18: Emily Egan, “Wall Paintings of the Late Bronze Age Palace of Nestor” https://t.co/7DWjruwlYe
The Fihrist, and the scholarship it represents, is one of the shining positives that emerged from the Crusades. https://t.co/9XwUOpliCo
Jerusalem’s Te’omim Cave, Naboth’s vineyard at Jezreel, Phoenicians & more in the new BAR! https://t.co/dh57UtWLYu https://t.co/TXW4xzVT23
Where Did the Philistines Come From? https://t.co/v7Hzy76rdr
What does the Codex Bezae reveal about Jesus’ temperament in Mark 1:41? https://t.co/ELsMRNX6mm
Ancient Board Games in Biblical Gath https://t.co/jaRRTRHsRM
Ancient Board Games in Biblical Gath https://t.co/jaRRTRpS0e
Jerusalem’s Te’omim Cave, Naboth’s vineyard at Jezreel, Phoenicians & more in the new BAR! https://t.co/dh57UtWLYu https://t.co/gk7VU1CRxt
Lydia and Tabitha: Women leaders in the early Christian church https://t.co/6duO12pja6
Where Did the Philistines Come From? https://t.co/v7Hzy7o2C1
Ancient Board Games in Biblical Gath https://t.co/jaRRTRpS0e
What does the Bible say about infertility? @JoelBaden & @candidamoss examine the topic in BAR: https://t.co/nthYrfdKaT
Lydia and Tabitha: Women leaders in the early Christian church https://t.co/6duO12pja6

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Exploring the archaeology of the Bible. The twitter page of Biblical Archaeology Review magazine.

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