• Were YHWH and Dionysus Once the Same God?
    Were YHWH and Dionysus Once the Same God?
    Who was YHWH? Did he have any parallels – or shared ancestors –elsewhere in the ancient Mediterranean world [...]
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  • The Invention of Judaism. Torah and Jewish Identity from Deuteronomy to Paul
    The Invention of Judaism. Torah and Jewish Identity from Deuteronomy to Paul
    When did Jews become Jews? Was being a “Judean” or a “Jew” [...]
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  • Rescuing Syriac Manuscripts in Iraq
    Rescuing Syriac Manuscripts in Iraq
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  • Silk Textiles in the Southern Levant
    Silk Textiles in the Southern Levant
    Silk, natural protein fibers produced by insect larvae, is first known from archaeology in China [...]
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  • Göbekli Tepe: Neolithic Gathering and Feasting at the Beginning of Food Production
    Göbekli Tepe: Neolithic Gathering and Feasting at the Beginning of Food Production
    On the highest point of a rocky outcrop in southeastern Turkey lies a mound intentionally buried over 10,000 years ago[...]
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  • Were YHWH and Dionysus Once the Same God?
  • The Invention of Judaism. Torah and Jewish Identity from Deuteronomy to Paul
  • Rescuing Syriac Manuscripts in Iraq
  • Silk Textiles in the Southern Levant
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