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Archaeology from a Christian perspective. This is such an exciting field (pardon the pun) of interest. See also our RESEARCH section.
THEOPEDIA is a wonderful place to start!
ALL ABOUT ARCHAEOLOGY. Many people think of archaeologists as Indiana Jones-like people - always venturing out on exciting journeys while searching for hidden treasures. Instead, archaeologists are those researchers who go directly to the source and analyze ancient cultures through artifacts, inscriptions, and other remains. As humans, we rely on archaeology as one of the main sources of uncovering history.
BIBLE HISTORY ONLINE includes: Articles of Interest, BHO Text Archive, Coin Collecting, Coins, Dead Sea Scrolls, Email List Archives, Epigraphy, Excavations, General, Images, Jerusalem, Maps of Sites, News & Articles, Publications, Research Inst., Resources, Texts & Documents.
ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE BIBLE from Christian Answers Net.
Keith N. Schoville (Professor Emeritus of Hebrew and Semitic Studies. University of Wisconsin-Madison). Top Ten Archaeological Discoveries of the Twentieth Century Relating to the Biblical World.
RELIGIONS OF THE ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN is Phil Harland's exhaustive website.
BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY REVIEW The Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) was founded in 1974 as a nonprofit, nondenominational, educational organization dedicated to the dissemination of information about archaeology in the Bible lands.
BIB ARCH SEMINARY is a Brethren blog on archaeology.
BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY has many, many helpful links.
DEAD SEA SCROLLS
THE DIGITAL DEAD SEA SCROLLS gives unbelievable access to these famous scrolls. For example, check out 'Great Isaiah Scroll' which gives the reader, by using the cursor, an English translation of this ancient document.
'84 Confirmed Facts in the Last 16 Chapters of the Book of Acts' (Truthbomb Apologetics). Scholar and historian Colin Hemer has identified 84 facts in the last 16 chapters of the Book of Acts which have been confirmed by historical and/or archaeological research.
Dr David Instone-Brewer - Senior Research Fellow in Rabbinics and the New Testament (Tyndale House, Cambridge University).
ARTICLES BY 'CHRISTIAN FAITH'
Manners and Customs of the Bible - James M. Freeman by Terry Allen
Coins bearing Joseph's name and image found in Egypt by Terry Allen