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No One Thought to Ask the Fruits: Revealing Philistines鈥 Traditions

By聽Suembikya Frumin

The Philistines left us no textual sources for understanding their religion, but the archaeobotanical data has plenty to tell us about their beliefs and cultic practices. Read More

Digitizing Cultural Heritage: Challenges, Opportunities and Best Practices

by Peter Herdrich

All around the world, cultural heritage is under threat: from conflict to climate change to urban expansion, the challenges facing heritage sites across the globe are numerous, complex, and require increasingly urgent action. Read More

The Hebrew Bible and the Meanings Ruins Hold

by Daniel Pioske

The values we attribute to ancient ruins are neither uniform nor timeless. How did people in antiquity experience the remains they encountered? Read More

The Balbo Monument, along the Lake Front Trail Chicago. Photo by M.M. Kersel.

(Re)visiting the Past in the Present: The Power of Place and the Malleability of Monuments

By Matthew D. Howland, Morag M. Kersel, James F. Osborne, and Yorke M. Rowan

Archaeology aspires to reveal the layered meanings of ancient places. Can studying contemporary urban landscapes help us better understand monuments and the power of place in the Ancient Near East? Read More

Pel and Shesha visit Avaris, the Hyksos capital. Text and illustration by Glynnis Fawkes.

From Words into Pictures: Adapting 1177 BC for Comics

By聽Glynnis Fawkes

How do you recreate the complex story of the Bronze Age collapse in comic book form? Illustrator Glynnis Fawkes lays it out for us. Read More

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