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  • 2013 Roundup of Significant New Discoveries

    Announcements of archaeological discoveries and research of Biblical significance, mainly from Israel, have been made throughout 2013. In this article I would like to update readers on six of these recent findings. Gerzeh, Egypt, 3200 BC* Zillah also...
  • Top Ten Archaeological Discoveries of 2012

    take place in the lands of the Bible. Some excavations draw attention because of the exciting dimensions of their discoveries. Many more compile important information from less dynamic discoveries that help us better understand the biblical world in its...
  • Top Ten Discoveries in Biblical Archaeology in 2016

    2016 was a banner year for archaeological discoveries that confirm the reliability of the Bible. From the first-ever Philistine cemetery being unearthed, to a palace from the time of Solomon being discovered at Gezer, to the burial bed from the...
  • From Ramesses to Shiloh: Archaeological Discoveries Bearing on the Exodus-Judges Period

    the 1997, 1999, and 2000 dig seasons. I am pleased to offer this overview of recent and not-so-recent archaeological discoveries that shed light on a crucial period in Israel's history, in celebration of the distinguished teaching and writing career of...
  • Digging for Truth Audio Series: Top Ten Discoveries of 2016

    scripture and history. In this episode of Digging for Truth , hear Bryan Windle discuss the Top Ten Archaeological Discoveries in 2016. Download this audio file. Posted with permission from Hope Stream Radio and Bryan Windle....
  • New Discoveries at Caesarea Part of Preservation Project

    A $27 million project to preserve the ancient ruins of the port city of Caesarea has led to a variety of discoveries. Archaeologists have unearthed the base of the altar from the temple built by King Herod over 2000 years ago to honor Caesar Augustus....
  • New Discoveries Relating to the Apostle Paul

    form initially used for monumental public buildings and later adopted by Christians for sacred structures. The discoveries at the Church of St. Paul Outside the Walls coincide with the announcement of further findings related to Paul at the Catacomb of...
  • Digging for Truth-Episode Six: New Testament Discoveries at Khirbet el-Maqatir

    In Episode Six, join Dr. Scott Stripling as he takes the audience through the NT period discoveries at Khirbet el-Maqatir, Israel. Possibly the city of Ephraim in John 11:53-54, join us as we discuss the massive tower, coins, ritual purity stoneware,...
  • Digging for Truth-Episode 14: Discoveries at Ephesus

    Co-Host Scott Lanser interviews Bryan Windle about the archaeological discoveries at Ephesus that confirm the accuracy of the New Testament, particularly the Book of Acts.
  • Digging for Truth-Episode 15: Top Ten Archaeological Discoveries of 2017

    Join co-host Scott Lanser as he interviews special guest Pastor Bryan Windle, as shares the top 10 archaeological discoveries of 2017 related to the Bible.
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  • Great Discoveries in Biblical Archaeology: The Mari Archive

    The ancient city of Mari, located in northern Syria, was a thriving metropolis ca. 2800-1760 BC. From about 2000 BC until its demise in 1760 BC, Mari was the capital of the Amorites. This article was first published in the Winter 2005 issue of Bible...
  • Great Discoveries in Biblical Archaeology: The Nuzi Tablets

    Nuzi was a Hurrian administrative center not far from the Hurrian capital at Kirkuk in northern Iraq. The Hurrians are equivalent to the Horites in the Old Testament, also called Hivites and Jebusites. Excavations were carried out at Nuzi by American...
  • Great Discoveries in Biblical Archaeology: The Atra-Hasis Epic

    The Bible is not the only ancient record of Creation and the Flood. Well-known in antiquity is the Atra-Hasis Epic. Atra-Hasis, meaning 'exceeding wise,' is the name of the story's principal character. Dating from the 17th century BC... This article...
  • Great Discoveries in Biblical Archaeology: The Rosetta Stone

    Traveling with the French army when Napoleon invaded Egypt in 1798 were 175 scientists. They studied known sites as well as previously unknown places. Their research resulted in a 24-volume publication that became the foundation for the modern field of...
  • New Discoveries at Rameses

    In the Spring 2004 issue of Bible and Spade, I reported on the important discovery of a royal precinct at Rameses, the setting of events recorded in the early chapters of Exodus. The article summarizes the results of excavations undertaken from 1993 to...
  • Excavations Lead to New Discoveries at Sardis

    After 154 years of excavations in the ancient city of Sardis, where the first gold coins were made, new artifacts continue to be unearthed, adding to the richness of Turkey's legacy as a crossroads of civilizations....
  • Great Discoveries in Biblical Archaeology: The Merenptah Stela

    The only mention of Israel in Egyptian texts, and the earliest mention of Israel anywhere outside the Bible, is a seven-foot tall granite monument from the mortuary temple of Pharaoh Merenptah. This article was first published in the Summer 2004 issue...
  • Archaeological Discoveries in Jerusalem That Validate John's Gospel

    When we study the life of Jesus, most Christians turn to the pages of the New Testament and the four canonical gospels. These include the three synoptic (chronological) gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke, plus the book of John, which is a considerably...

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