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By Biblical Archaeology Society
In the siege of Herod’s desert fortress at Masada at the end of the First Jewish Revolt, the Romans waged both literal and psychological warfare to impress upon the Jewish rebels that their situation was hopeless.

By HOOOH Hands Off Old Oswestry Hillfort
Councillors supporting proposals to build by Old Oswestry hillfort in North Shropshire (UK) will face a backlash at the next elections, according to local campaigners.

By Carriage Trade PR
(SAVANNAH, GA) Abby the ArchaeoBus, Georgia’s Mobile Archaeology classroom, will make a stop at the Savannah Mall Saturday, March 1. The public is invited between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. to participate in both group and self-directed archaeology activities.

By The Andean Sky God Website
Archaeological correlations between Tiwanaku engravings and the Nazca geoglyphs suggest that the mysterious Nazca Lines were made by the Tiwanaku empire and not by the people of Nazca.

By HeritageDaily
HeritageDaily, an online magazine dedicated to archaeology and associated disciplines has just launched an application for iphone and ipad.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
Read BAR's exclusive coverage of the latest mosaics discovered at the synagogue at Huqoq, by the team led by Professor Jodi Magness of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Shua Kisilevitz of the Israel Antiquities Authority.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 Publication Awards, featured in the September-October issue of Biblical Archaeology Review.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
In the new issue of Biblical Archaeology Review, editor Hershel Shanks investigates new evidence regarding the dating of Hezekiah's tunnel in Jerusalem. He questions whether the tunnel was really built during the reign of King Hezekiah in 701 B.C.E.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Book of Joshua says that the Israelites defeated the mighty king of Hazor and destroyed the city with fire.

By Other World Radio Network
“Dr. Lynn is on the cutting edge in in Archeology and Anthrotheology - and will be bringing tremendous insights on numerous subjects to “OWRN”.

By Strategic Book Group
Journey along as archaeologists dig up an ancient Indian dynasty that has been buried for over 1,000 years.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
In the 1930s and 40s, Al-Aqsa Mosque on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount had to be dismantled and reconstructed. Massive beams were reused or simply removed. Were these timbers once part of Herod's Temple Mount?

By JoelGreenStudios.com
Archaeologist / Artist, Joel Green has created 10 custom-designed, one-of-a-kind, hand-turned, wood, stone, and leather “V-O” series pens, available only until March 30, when the series will be discontinued.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The new issue of Biblical Archaeology Review reveals God's name at a tantalizing ancient site in the Sinai, plus more fascinating articles about King David's tomb, the Dead Sea Scrolls and the beginnings of Christianity.

By EMSA Publications
English teacher and former archaeologist Elise Abram announces the publication of her first novel, PHASE SHIFT, which follows the adventures of archaeologists after they are given an unusual artifact which can transport them to a doppelganger Earth.

By Main Street Monticello Florida Inc.
Scholars will explain with Q & A the ecology and pre-history of Jefferson County FL in a 3 day conference - 8:30 to 5 PM in the Monticello Opera House. There is no fee for this conference. It is funded by the Florida Humanities Council & the NEH

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society presents its newest FREE eBook: Ancient Israel in Egypt and the Exodus.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society announces its S/O 2012 issue filled cover to cover with articles discussing the Synoptic Gospels, the possible discovery of David’s Palace and much more.

By CSULA
Johnston, Kiwata, Medina to pursue doctoral studies in nursing, physiology, archaeology

By HeritageDaily
The plan for American treasure hunting salvage company, Odyssey Marine Exploration Inc, to salvage the wreck of HMS Victory, flagship of Admiral Sir John Balchen lost in a storm with all hands in October 1744 has been dealt two fresh blows.

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By Biblical Archaeology Society
In the siege of Herod’s desert fortress at Masada at the end of the First Jewish Revolt, the Romans waged both literal and psychological warfare to impress upon the Jewish rebels that their situation was hopeless.

By HOOOH Hands Off Old Oswestry Hillfort
Councillors supporting proposals to build by Old Oswestry hillfort in North Shropshire (UK) will face a backlash at the next elections, according to local campaigners.

By Carriage Trade PR
(SAVANNAH, GA) Abby the ArchaeoBus, Georgia’s Mobile Archaeology classroom, will make a stop at the Savannah Mall Saturday, March 1. The public is invited between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. to participate in both group and self-directed archaeology activities.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
In the Jan/Feb 2014 issue of Biblical Archaeology Review, readers can learn about the experiences of archaeological volunteers from 2013 and find out about opportunities to excavate in 2014.

By The Andean Sky God Website
Archaeological correlations between Tiwanaku engravings and the Nazca geoglyphs suggest that the mysterious Nazca Lines were made by the Tiwanaku empire and not by the people of Nazca.

By HeritageDaily
HeritageDaily, an online magazine dedicated to archaeology and associated disciplines has just launched an application for iphone and ipad.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
In the November/December 2013 issue of Biblical Archaeology Review, author Oren Gutfeld investigates the question of who built the Cardo in Jerusalem.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
Read BAR's exclusive coverage of the latest mosaics discovered at the synagogue at Huqoq, by the team led by Professor Jodi Magness of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Shua Kisilevitz of the Israel Antiquities Authority.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 Publication Awards, featured in the September-October issue of Biblical Archaeology Review.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
In the new issue of Biblical Archaeology Review, editor Hershel Shanks investigates new evidence regarding the dating of Hezekiah's tunnel in Jerusalem. He questions whether the tunnel was really built during the reign of King Hezekiah in 701 B.C.E.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Book of Joshua says that the Israelites defeated the mighty king of Hazor and destroyed the city with fire.

By Other World Radio Network
“Dr. Lynn is on the cutting edge in in Archeology and Anthrotheology - and will be bringing tremendous insights on numerous subjects to “OWRN”.

By Strategic Book Group
Journey along as archaeologists dig up an ancient Indian dynasty that has been buried for over 1,000 years.

By Ressac, LLC.
A famous archaeologist, a renowned artist and his muse, and a celebrated author on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, May 1, 3 pm ET.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
In the 1930s and 40s, Al-Aqsa Mosque on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount had to be dismantled and reconstructed. Massive beams were reused or simply removed. Were these timbers once part of Herod's Temple Mount?

By JoelGreenStudios.com
Archaeologist / Artist, Joel Green has created 10 custom-designed, one-of-a-kind, hand-turned, wood, stone, and leather “V-O” series pens, available only until March 30, when the series will be discontinued.

By Biblical Archaeology Review
The latest issue of Biblical Archaeology Review covers such diverse topics as the earliest depictions of Jesus' crucifixion and the possible location of Sodom.

By Archtools
In the run up to Xmas, now is the time to start filling those spaces under the Christmas Tree with the perfect gifts for any budding/professional archaeologist.

By SuperGeo Technologies Inc.
SuperGeo assisted Keio University in upgrading SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 to develop various mapping applications within multi-subject research, and stimulate sustainable development of social science.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The new issue of Biblical Archaeology Review reveals God's name at a tantalizing ancient site in the Sinai, plus more fascinating articles about King David's tomb, the Dead Sea Scrolls and the beginnings of Christianity.

By Pueblo Grande Museum
Pueblo Grande Museum celebrates the 2nd Annual National Archaeology Day with free museum admission, demonstrations, tours, and children's activities.

By Plegge Enterprises
While researching an archaeological site (Gobekli Tepe) in Turkey, Joe Plegge discovered that the stone pillars, similar to Stonehenge, were aligned to keep track of solar events, but this site is at least 7,000 years older.

By The Menokin Foundation
The popular Banner Lecture Series offered at the Virginia Historical Society in Richmond, VA will host two guest speakers in October, both co-sponsored by The Menokin Foundation.

By EMSA Publications
English teacher and former archaeologist Elise Abram announces the publication of her first novel, PHASE SHIFT, which follows the adventures of archaeologists after they are given an unusual artifact which can transport them to a doppelganger Earth.

By Main Street Monticello Florida Inc.
Scholars will explain with Q & A the ecology and pre-history of Jefferson County FL in a 3 day conference - 8:30 to 5 PM in the Monticello Opera House. There is no fee for this conference. It is funded by the Florida Humanities Council & the NEH

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society presents its newest FREE eBook: Ancient Israel in Egypt and the Exodus.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society announces its S/O 2012 issue filled cover to cover with articles discussing the Synoptic Gospels, the possible discovery of David’s Palace and much more.

By CSULA
Johnston, Kiwata, Medina to pursue doctoral studies in nursing, physiology, archaeology

By New Forest National Park Authority
Discover the secrets of the New Forest by coming along to an event celebrating the annual Festival of British Archaeology.

By HeritageDaily
The plan for American treasure hunting salvage company, Odyssey Marine Exploration Inc, to salvage the wreck of HMS Victory, flagship of Admiral Sir John Balchen lost in a storm with all hands in October 1744 has been dealt two fresh blows.

By HeritageDaily
English Heritage Cleared as Odyssey CEO admits people track us “all the time”……

By Erin Hart
Acclaimed mystery author Erin Hart will lead a tour to the many real-life locations included in her novels, which center on Irish archaeology, history, music, and culture: archaeological sites, castles, bogs, ruined monasteries, haunted tower houses.

By Paddy Lambert
William Shakespeare and his plays are, in themselves, a paradox. In the fantastical literary works, we are given old stories, with quilled magic touched upon them.

By Andy Brockman
The new planning rules are now irrevocably tainted by the suggestion of cash for access and must be withdrawn….

By Sue Carter
In Part I the generic make up of the Celtic warrior and his weapons were discussed.

By Paddy Lambert
‘And now Antony once more sent Caesar a challenge to single combat. But Caesar answered that Antony had many ways of dying’- Plutarch, Lives.

By Raider Publishing International
Raider Publishing International presents Fellow Travellers: A Story of a 5,000 Year Journey by Miglani Sohan Singh.

By Anne H. Holt, Ph.D.
Three full days of scholars and laymen discussing the meaning of local 14,000 to 15,000 year old paleoindian sites with a large display of artifacts found in the area. Several guided tours in the Aucilla Basin will be available.

By Markus Milligan
The abiding public image of the current conflict in Afghanistan is the repatriation parades for fallen soldiers through the village of Royal Wootton Bassett in the country of Wiltshire.

By Paddy Lambert
‘Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them’ Twelfth Night - Act II, Scene V .

By New Forest National Park Authority
A film about the shipwrecks in the Solent has been short-listed for an award at The Archaeology Channel’s International Film and Video Festival in Oregon, America.

By LostWorlds.org
Ancient city constructed around 2300 B.C. featured three neighborhoods each surrounded by circular walls twenty feet in height constructed from tons of seashells. Earliest pottery in North America also found buried in the remains of this lost city.

By CSULA Public Affairs
Two-day conference at Cal State L.A. to feature Alfredo López Austin and other distinguished scholars

By N.C. department of Cultural Resources
Archaeologists, historians and other professionals will hold an open meeting in Southport to discuss Civil War archaelogical findings and artifacts at Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson state historic site.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society is accepting applications for interested archaeology students to participate in archaeological excavations throughout the Holy Land.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The January/February 2012 issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review is the “Find A Dig” issue which lists the various archaeological excavations taking place in the Holy Land.

By BookBuzz.net
Author, Marjorie Bicknell Johnson is pleased to announce the release of her new book, Jaguar Princess. Johnson intertwines her love of the Mayan civilization and archaeology in this new historical fiction tale.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society is excited to announce the 14th Annual Bible & Archaeology Fest to be held in San Francisco this November. As a highlight, Leonard Greenspoon will lead a lecture marking the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible.

By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
A one-ton cannon will be raised Oct. 26 (weather permitting) from the "Queen Anne's Revenge" shipwreck off the N.C. coast. A viewing is planned at the N.C. Maritime Museum.



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