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    “Gilgamesh: Civilization vs. Natural World,” Featuring J.J.M. Roberts

    In this episode, ASOR’s own Ancient Near East Today editor, Alex Joffe spoke with Jimmy Jack McBee Roberts (J. J. M. Roberts) the William Henry Green Professor of Old Testament Literature (Emeritus) at Princeton Theological Seminary.

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    “The Legacies of Herod the Great,” featuring Professor Barbara Burrell

    Near Eastern Archaeology, Volume 77, Issue 2 was a special issue focusing on Herod the Great. Herod has been described in many ways, from the greatest builder in Jewish history, to the slaughterer of innocents. University of Cincinnati professor, Barbara Burrell a call

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    “The Tablet That’s Changing an Old Story,” featuring Professor Alan Millard

    In this episode, ASOR’s own Ancient Near East Today editor, Alex Joffe talks with professor and author Alan Millard. The podcast focuses on a newly published tablet that is shedding new light on the Epic of Gilgamesh. The epic follows the perilous journeys of the king

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    “A New Look at an Old Story: the Epic of Gilgamesh,” featuring Dr. Lawson Younger

    In this episode ASOR’s own Ancient Near East Today editor, Alex Joffe talks with Dr. Lawson Younger. Dr. Younger is a professor of Old Testament, Semitic Languages, and Ancient Near Eastern History at the Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

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    Finding Common Ground: Roman- Parthian Embassies in the Julio-Claudian Period

    At the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting, Jason Schlude (Duquesne University) and Benjamin Rubin (Williams College) presented their paper, “Finding Common Ground: Roman- Parthian Embassies in the Julio-Claudian Period.”

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    Architecture and Archaeology: What an Architect Does Among Archaeologists

    At the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting, Pedro Azara, of Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona, presented his paper. His paper, “Architecture and Archaeology: What an Architect…

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    ASOR Members’ Most Memorable Annual Meeting Moment

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    Report on 2010–2013 Excavations at Horvat Kur, Galilee

    At the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting, Wofford College professor, Byron McCane sat down with us to present his paper for ASORtv. His paper, “Report on 2010–2013 Excavations at Horvat Kur, Galilee,” was co-written by Juergen

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