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The Biblical Archaeology Society is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 Publication Awards, featured in the September-October issue of Biblical Archaeology Review.
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The Biblical Archaeology Society announces the digital publication of Leonard Greenspoon’s new volume, along with new eReader editions of four popular print publications.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
Join the Biblical Archaeology Society and tour guide Danny Herman on an extraordinary journey through biblical history with elite access to sites and scholars in Israel this October.
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The Dead Sea Scrolls: Discovery and Meaning e-book takes a look at the significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls and explores how they relate to the Bible, Christianity and Judaism.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society offers a video series of interviews with leading Dead Sea Scrolls scholars hosted by BAR editor, Hershel Shanks. The Dead Sea Scrolls are further explored by various experts.
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By Biblical Archaeology Society
With the Dead Sea Scrolls recently being digitalized and able to be viewed online, the Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) is providing access to resources which allow visitors to further explore what they mean and why they matter.

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By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 Publication Awards, featured in the September-October issue of Biblical Archaeology Review.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
A collection of Herodian archaeologist Ehud Netzer’s BAS publications are now available for free.
By Biblical Archaeology Review
The Biblical Archaeology Society announces the digital publication of Leonard Greenspoon’s new volume, along with new eReader editions of four popular print publications.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
Join the Biblical Archaeology Society and tour guide Danny Herman on an extraordinary journey through biblical history with elite access to sites and scholars in Israel this October.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
A verdict will be made this Wednesday on the authentication of two items in question by the courts of Israel: James Ossuary and the Yehoash Inscription. The Biblical Archaeology Society provides resources into better understanding the forgery trial.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society is accepting applications for the 2012 Joseph Aviram Fellowship which will assist Israeli scholars in reaching Chicago this year for the ASOR and the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) conferences.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
The March/April 2012 issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review (BAR) explores topics from, “What Jews (and Christians too) Should Know About the New Testament”, to the impalement of kings at Beth Shean, to tombstones and death at the Dead Sea.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
In the M/A 2012 issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review, Amy-Jill Levine, a Jewish New Testament scholar explores the New Testament from a Jewish understanding in her article, “What Jews (and Christians too) Should Know About the New Testament.”
By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society announces its list of various archaeological excavations for the 2012 season, which include locations in Israel, Spain and more.
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By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Dead Sea Scrolls: Discovery and Meaning e-book takes a look at the significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls and explores how they relate to the Bible, Christianity and Judaism.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society offers a video series of interviews with leading Dead Sea Scrolls scholars hosted by BAR editor, Hershel Shanks. The Dead Sea Scrolls are further explored by various experts.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
RTI imaging, a revolutionary photographic technology that is changing the way scholars interpret ancient inscriptions will be available through the Biblical Archaeology Society’s website by Bruce Zuckerman, biblical scholar.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society has released a new DVD study course by James Charlesworth which explores topics falling within the history of Early Christianity to its position in the Roman Empire in the fourth century.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
From ossuaries and vultures, to copper mines in southern Jordan, to a Hellenistic sculpture uncovered near the Sea of Galilee and on to antiquity forgery trials; the Nov/Dec 2011 Biblical Archaeology Review is now out.
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By Biblical Archaeology Society
With the Dead Sea Scrolls recently being digitalized and able to be viewed online, the Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) is providing access to resources which allow visitors to further explore what they mean and why they matter.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society publishes a free e-book in honor of Frank Moore Cross’ 90th birthday. Cross is a famous Biblical and archaeological scholar who has been interviewed by Hershel Shanks numerous times in regard to Biblical history.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
BAR’s July/August 2011 issue explores various fascinating topics of biblical history; from Philip and his martyrium, to ivories found at Nimrud, to recent synagogue discoveries in Galilee, and finally to the newly published Great Isaiah Scroll.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
BAR editor Hershel Shanks sat down with Zahi Hawass, Egyptian Minister of Antiquities, days before the protests broke out for an exclusive interview to discuss how Egyptian archaeology can help illuminate Biblical history.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
Announcing the posthumous publication of “In Search of Herod’s Tomb,” by Ehud Netzer in the January/February issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
Excavate ancient archaeological sites in Israel and Jordan. Scholarships available for archaeology dig volunteers through the Biblical Archaeology Society.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
The current issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review (BAR) explores many questions about historic Jesus through an interview with Jesus scholar, Sean Freyne of Trinity College Dublin.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
Recent expert handwriting analysis has concluded that the document known as “Secret Mark” and found by Morton Smith over 50 years ago is indeed not a forgery!
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‘My Professor Says the Bible is a Myth’ exposes how mainstream academia distorts and misinterprets archaeological findings to discredit the Old Testament
By Biblical Archaeology Society
Renowned feminist Biblical scholar Phyllis Trible reviews Michael Coogan’s new book, God and Sex: What the Bible Really Says in the latest issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
“Islam in the Ancient World”, the Biblical Archaeology Society’s newest free e-book looks at significant Islamic sites and history to explore how Islamic tradition is part of Biblical history.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society website will be featuring a new section, The Scholar’s Study that will continue to follow scholarly debates presented in the pages of the Biblical Archaeology Review magazine.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
Who Wrote the Dead Sea Scrolls, a free video episode from The Naked Archaeologist by Simcha Jacobovici. Brought to you free by Biblical Archaeology Review.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society announces the 13th annual Bible and Archaeology Fest in Atlanta Georgia where 20 scholars will present the latest research on topics such as early Christianity, Gnostic scholarship, the Hebrew Bible, and more.
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In the most recent issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review, Michael M. Homan discusses evidence in the Hebrew Bible supporting the claim that the Israelite God Yahweh drank beer.
By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society has completely recreated the book review section on the website. Read about what top Bible and archaeology scholars think of many books.

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