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Menorah graffiti: Carving on Ephesus Celsus Library stairs an enigma

The menorah became employed as a Jewish symbol sometime in the 3rd century, so far three have been found in ancient Ephesus which had a flourishing Jewish community.

'You cannot curse what God has blessed'

Opinion: Discovery of “cursed tablet” is warning to antisemites

The double standard of the desecration of Jewish holy sites

Opinion: Christians and Jews should be equally alarmed.

By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN
10/04/2022

‘Archeology helps us interpret the Bible and vice versa’

Curatorial officer at Museum of the Bible: "Archeology is a puzzle."

How New Testament writers viewed Old Testament prophecy

Spring Bible & Archaeology Fest 2022

By JEFFREY STEVENS
04/04/2022

Does 'curse amulet' prove the discovery of Joshua's altar on Mount Ebal?

“It’s at the right place, at the right time, and has the right stuff.”

By ADAM ELIYAHU BERKOWITZ
03/04/2022

Bible and archeology fest launches Saturday

Yosef Garfinkel of Hebrew University will present the keynote lecture.

Early Christian mosaic to be 'released' from jail, Megiddo Prison move announced

Believed to be the earliest mosaic dedicated to Jesus, the mosaic was discovered between 2004 and 2008 in a salvage dig for prison expansion.

Researchers decipher oldest known Hebrew inscription on 'cursed' tablet

Mt. Ebal discovery aligns with biblical texts in Deuteronomy, Joshua • ‘Post’ photographer Sellem's photos help decode wording

‘Curse’ text on ancient amulet could change way scholars read Bible

New tech enabled archeologists to read the ancient text

By ADAM ELIYAHU BERKOWITZ
24/03/2022
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