2013s top 10 archeological finds

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    Rare Egyptian Sphinx Fragment Discovered at Hazor For more on the Hazor excavations, read the Bible History Daily feature Hazor Excavations’ Amnon Ben-Tor Reveals Who Conquered Biblical Canaanites.

    Jerusalem’s Earliest Alphabetic Text A recent reading of the inscribed pottery fragment suggests that it refers to a cheap type of wine.

    Legio: Excavations at the Camp of the Roman Sixth Ferrata Legion in Israel A web-exclusive report on the discovery of the Roman military camp by the excavation directors.

    Eshtaol Excavations Reveal the Oldest House in the Shephelah

    Hierapolis and the Gateway to Hell

    One of Civilization’s Oldest Wine Cellars? Tel Kabri Cellar Held Equivalent of Nearly 3,000 Bottles of Reds and Whites I’ll admit a personal interest in this story–I took part in the Tel Kabri excavations this year. Learn more about the Minoan-style frescoes at Kabri, or visit the BAS Tel Kabri page for posts and photos on the 2013 field season published directly from the field.

    A Monumental Underwater Structure in the Sea of Galilee

    The Ophel Treasure: A “once-in-a-lifetime discovery” at the foot of Jerusalem’s Temple Mount

    King David’s Palace at Khirbet Qeiyafa? For more on the monumental building uncovered in final season at Khirbet Qeiyafa, read the Bible History Daily feature Khirbet Qeiyafa and Tel Lachish Excavations Explore Early Kingdom of Judah.

    Bronze Age Collapse: Pollen Study Highlights Late Bronze Age Drought
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