ContentBlocks 8 1 Ads Shiloh Standard copy

Research Topics

Assuming eusebius is required, the following results were found.

  • Location of Biblical Bethel and Ai Reconsidered

    Benjamin and Ephraim; at first assigned to Benjamin, but conquered and afterwards retained by Ephraim. According to Eusebius and Jerome, it lay twelve Roman miles from Jerusalem, on the right or east of the road leading to Sichem or Neapolis (Nậbulus)....

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/founders-corner/2603-location-of-biblical-bethel-and-ai-reconsidered
  • Golgotha: A Reconsideration of the Evidence for the Sites of Jesus' Crucifixion and Burial

    The Jewish population of the city had been killed or expelled by Hadrian following the Bar Kochba war of 132-35 (so Eusebius, Hist. Eccles. 4.4), and the genocide and desolation in Judea as a whole was so horrific as to be commented upon by Cassius Dio...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/new-testament-era/2308-golgotha-a-reconsideration-of-the-evidence-for-the-sites-of-jesus-crucifixion-and-burial
  • Setting the Record Straight on the Primeval Chronology of the Septuagint (Part 2)

    in the second half of this one sentence.” They then quote pages 169 and 171 from my ARJ article, where I document that Eusebius, Julian of Toledo, Jacob of Edessa, George Syncellus and Bar Hebraeus all claimed that the Jewish rabbis were responsible for...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/biblical-chronologies/4356-setting-the-record-straight-on-the-primeval-chronology-of-the-septuagint-part-2
  • eusebius

    https://biblearchaeology.org/component/tags/eusebius?Itemid=245
  • Further Considerations on the Location of Bethel at El-Bireh

    original proposal to locate Bethel at Beitin was made by Edward Robinson, using the references to it in the Onomasticon of Eusebius and Jerome (Robinson 1856, 1.448-51; cf. Klostermann 1904). A century later, without checking the actual distances, W. F....

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/founders-corner/3572-further-considerations-on-the-location-of-bethel-at-elbireh
  • Locating Biblical Bethel

    used in the identification was the distance of Bethel from "Aelia" (Jerusalem) mentioned by the early church fathers Eusebius (fourth century AD) and Jerome (fifth century AD). His measurement of the distance was done on horseback, estimated by the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/founders-corner/2702-locating-biblical-bethel
  • Luke The Physician: with 'Medicine for the Souls'

    Eusebius (AD 260-340), considered to be the Father of Early Church History, described Luke the Physician in these terms: 'Luke, who was by race an Antiochian and a physician by profession, was long a companion of Paul, and had careful conversation with...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/new-testament-era/3237-luke-the-physician-with-medicine-for-the-souls
  • Traditional Site of Bethel Questioned

    in the case of Bethel a different preposition is used, implying close proximity to the marker, i.e., “somewhere near.” Eusebius and Jerome mention “Bethel” several times and always give the same distance from Jerusalem, whether approaching it from the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/founders-corner/2813-traditional-site-of-bethel-questioned
  • Book Review: From Abraham to Paul: A Biblical Chronology: Part I

    to relate biblical chronology to Greek and Roman histories. Portions of his work survive in later authors, most notably Eusebius of Caesarea (ca. A.D. 260-340), whose Chronological Canons contain a wealth of information derived from Africanus and from...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3397-book-review-from-abraham-to-paul-a-biblical-chronology-part-i
  • The Shroud of Turin's Earlier History: Part One: To Edessa

    century from a Jerusalem disciple named Addai and to a King Abgar V, a known historical figure contemporary with Christ. Eusebius included in his Ecclesiastical History a brief late 3rd century version, reporting a famous letter from Jesus still kept in...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/the-shroud-of-turin/2284-the-shroud-of-turins-earlier-history-part-one-to-edessa
  • Setting the Record Straight on the Primeval Chronology of the Septuagint (Part 1)

    and Greek texts did not escape the notice of the ancients… Clement of Alexandria, Judas, Julius Africanus, Hippolytus, and Eusebius, accepted the Septuagint version as authentic. The problem of explaining the lower numbers of the Hebrew version moved...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/biblical-chronologies/4355-setting-the-record-straight-on-the-primeval-chronology-of-the-septuagint-part-1
  • From Adam to Abraham: An Update on the Genesis 5 and 11 Research Project: Dec 16, 2017

    AD), and Josephus (Hebrew-based, first century AD). Further, there are no reliable, external historical witnesses prior to Eusebius in the early fourth century AD that even cite the shorter and complete primeval chronology found in the MT (Eusebius...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/biblical-chronologies/2530-from-adam-to-abraham-an-update-on-the-genesis-5-and-11-research-project
  • New Discoveries Relating to the Apostle Paul

    book of Acts, between which he traveled to Spain and Crete (Titus 1:5). Of this period, the 3rd century church historian Eusebius wrote: After defending himself the Apostle was again set on the ministry of preaching…coming a second time to the same city...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/new-testament-era/4117-New-Discoveries-Relating-to-the-Apostle-Paul
  • Locating Sodom: A Critique of the Northern Proposal

    the Middle Ages (Astour 1992; Howard 1988; Schaub 1997: 63). Both Josephus (The Wars of the Jews 4.8.4; first century) and Eusebius (2003: 58 [The Sea of Salt]; early fourth century) state that Zoar was south of the Dead Sea, and the famous Madaba Map...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3217-locating-sodom-a-critique-of-the-northern-proposal
  • The King and I: Exiled To Patmos, Part 2

    [Emperor] Nerva also released all who were on trial for maiestas (high treason) and restored the exile (Cary 1995:361). Eusebius adds: the sentences of Domitian were annulled, and theRoman Senate decreed the return of those who had been unjustly...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/new-testament-era/3099-the-king-and-i-exiled-to-patmos-part-2
  • Titus: Blessed Are The Peacemakers (And Administrators)

    The Early Church Fathers indicate that Matthew’s gospel was the first gospel written and probably in circulation by AD 40 (Eusebius, Ecclesiastical History 6.25.3-6; LCL 2:75). Perhaps Titus had seen a copy of this gospel and read the Sermon on the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/new-testament-era/2935-titus-blessed-are-the-peacemakers-and-administrators
  • Unfolding a Mystery: My Investigations into the Baris Question

    Flood myth in its Greek form, as transmitted through the first century BC historian Alexander Polyhistor by way of Eusebius and Syncellus (but not Josephus, who leaves it out of his record), includes the plural: He therefore made an opening in the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/flood/2513-unfolding-a-mystery-my-investigations-into-the-baris-question
  • From Ramesses to Shiloh: Archaeological Discoveries Bearing on the Exodus-Judges Period

    in the morning on that ill-fated day and identified it as biblical Bethel based on two considerations. First, according to Eusebius, Bethel was located approximately 12 Roman miles, equivalent to 11 English miles,45 north of Jerusalem.46 Since it took...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/2403-from-ramesses-to-shiloh-archaeological-discoveries-bearing-on-the-exodusjudges-period
  • He Began to Send Them Out Two by Two...'

    Scripture is silent as to where their brothers, Andrew and James, are. Church tradition says that Andrew went to Scythia (Eusebius, Eccl. Hist. 3:1; LCL 1:181). Who he went with, we are not told. James, the son of Zebedee, remains around Jerusalem until...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/devotionals/2856-he-began-to-send-them-out-two-by-two
  • The So-Called Jesus Family Tomb 'Rediscovered' in Jerusalem

    place in the 8th year of Emperor Trajan (Roberts and Donaldson 1994: 8: 497). This would place the martyrdom about AD 104. Eusebius confirms the burial of Philip at Heirapolis and hints at a date around AD 100 (Ecclesiastical History 3. 31. 1-4; LCL 1:...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/2722-the-socalled-jesus-family-tomb-rediscovered-in-jerusalem

Results 1 - 20 of 31

SUPPORT ABR

ABR fulfills its mission through memberships and generous donations from supporters.

Join us in our mission! No matter what your level of interest, from keeping abreast of the fascinating research that comes out of the field work, to actively participating in anarchaeological dig, you can become an integral part of our ministry.

Please click here for our support page.

ASSOCIATES FOR BIBLICAL RESEARCH

Phone: 717-859-3443

Toll Free:  800-430-0008

email: comments@biblearchaeology.org

PO Box 144, Akron, PA 17501

ABRSocialMediaFacebook

ABRSocialMediaTwitter

ABRSocialMediaYouTube

Site Design and Management by: Nehemiah Communications [http://nehemiahcommunications.com] & Enktesis [http://enktesis.com]

ABRT 24 | 4/13/2019