To hear him tell it, the big bad wolf was really the hero. Ancient Near Eastern kings also saw themselves as heroes, and had a unique literary genre, royal apologetic, to make it clear to readers, and to posterity.
Christianity arrived on Sicily sometime around 250 CE and quickly reached the small village of San Miceli. One of the first things the new Christians did was build a basilica […]
Doom? Downfall? Super Mario Bros? Sure, they’re fun, but now video games contribute to public outreach, heritage preservation, education, and archaeological research. […]
Late Bronze Age Canaan was made of many different social groups and political units. How did some of these come together to form the Israelites […]
The appearance of the third volume of the final report on Shmarya Gutmann’s excavations […]
Recently a number of altruistic Israelis have turned in or reported coin finds […]
Were the ancient Egyptians polite? […]