• Kemosh, YHWH’s Counterpart and “Abomination”
    Kemosh, YHWH’s Counterpart and “Abomination”
    Who was Kemosh, and what does he have to do with YHWH? Find out here.
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    Early Philistine Religion in Text and Archaeology
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  • Training “Monuments Men” for Libya
    Training “Monuments Men” for Libya
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    Nimrud Update: New Photos of the Site
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  • Ask a Near Eastern Professional: Cuneiform Scripts in Assyria and Babylonia
    Ask a Near Eastern Professional: Cuneiform Scripts in Assyria and Babylonia
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  • Seeing Colors Beyond the Naked Eye: Spectral RTI, a New Tool for Imaging Artifacts
    Seeing Colors Beyond the Naked Eye: Spectral RTI, a New Tool for Imaging Artifacts
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  • Kemosh, YHWH’s Counterpart and “Abomination”
  • Early Philistine Religion in Text and Archaeology
  • Training “Monuments Men” for Libya
  • Nimrud Update: New Photos of the Site
  • Ask a Near Eastern Professional: Cuneiform Scripts in Assyria and Babylonia
  • Seeing Colors Beyond the Naked Eye: Spectral RTI, a New Tool for Imaging Artifacts
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