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Weekend Roundup, Part 2



Carl Rasmussen stories that the Classical Archaeology part of the Istanbul Archaeology Museum has reopened after an extended closure, although the all-important higher flooring continues to be not open. On his go to he found the “Assos Tablet” that he’s lengthy been in search of.

Babylonian cuneiform texts are shedding mild on the lifetime of the traditional Judeans who have been residing in exile in Babylon.

Emlyn Dodd shares the historic Egyptian recipe that he used for making olive oil.

A British vacationer was given a 15-year jail sentence in an Iraqi jail after selecting up just a few potsherds as souvenirs.

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Hybrid workshop on July 1: Performing Tutankhamun: One Hundred Years of Retellings

Turkish Archaeological News has a roundup of tales from the month of May.

Clyde Billington is on The Book and the Spade to debate Jewish views on the exodus, together with latest analysis by Lawrence Schiffman and Joshua Berman.

Accordance Bible Software is providing their finest offers ever on graphics collections, together with our Cultural Images of the Holy Land and Trees, Plants, and Flowers of the Holy Land. I’d additionally advocate The Virtual Bible: 3D Reconstructions of the Biblical World ($20) and the bundle of 5 assets (together with tabernacle and temple) from Rose Publishing ($40). See all of the reductions right here.

HT: Agade, Joseph Lauer, Arne Halbakken, Explorator

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