• The Bible as Tool for Learning to Evaluate Competing Voices in an Age of “Fake News”
    The Bible as Tool for Learning to Evaluate Competing Voices in an Age of “Fake News”
    “Fake news” is a problem besetting modern societies. Can learning to read the Bible carefully help us develop better skills [...]
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  • An Affair of Herbal Medicine? The ‘Special’ Kitchen in the Royal Palace of Ebla
    An Affair of Herbal Medicine? The ‘Special’ Kitchen in the Royal Palace of Ebla
    Humans have always needed a wide range of medicines, but until recently, there has been little archaeological evidence [...]
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  • Beyond the Texts: An Archaeological Portrait of Ancient Israel and Judah
    Beyond the Texts: An Archaeological Portrait of Ancient Israel and Judah
    Writing the ‘history of Israel’ has traditionally begun with the Biblical texts [...]
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  • Fighting Over the Bible: Jewish Interpretation, Sectarianism and Polemic from Temple to Talmud and Beyond
    Fighting Over the Bible: Jewish Interpretation, Sectarianism and Polemic from Temple to Talmud and Beyond
    We speak of the Abrahamic faiths sharing the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. But far from unifying [...]
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  • The Antikythera Device – A Working Model of the Cosmos
    The Antikythera Device – A Working Model of the Cosmos
    All cultures create models of the cosmos in words and images; the ancient Greeks were the first to make a mechanical working model of the cosmos[...]
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  • The Bible as Tool for Learning to Evaluate Competing Voices in an Age of “Fake News”
  • An Affair of Herbal Medicine? The ‘Special’ Kitchen in the Royal Palace of Ebla
  • Beyond the Texts: An Archaeological Portrait of Ancient Israel and Judah
  • Fighting Over the Bible: Jewish Interpretation, Sectarianism and Polemic from Temple to Talmud and Beyond
  • The Antikythera Device – A Working Model of the Cosmos
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