• The Earliest Music in Ancient Egypt
    The Earliest Music in Ancient Egypt
    Music is a human universal. But the beginnings of Egyptian music are much earlier [...]
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    Early Jewish Magic
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    A Proper Answer
    Noted Israeli archaeologist Israel Finkelstein looks back on almost 50 years in the field [...]
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    A Magnificent Manor: Majdal Yābā
    In the hills to the east of modern Tel Aviv is a site occupied from the Iron Age until 1948 […]
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    Of Stones and Social Complexity
    What does it take to move a stone weighing 50 tons [...]
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