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The Archaeological Journal vol. 172 issue 1 for 2015: Living and Dying from Kintyre to Cornwall

The first-ever Archaeological Journal published with Taylor & Francis – vol. 172 issue 1 for 2015 – is now published (as of 28 January 2015) and available online, comprising of four articles. 360 more words

The Archaeological Journal


Wine Cellar Excavated May Be Worlds Oldest and Largest Ever Discovered

Archaeologists in Israel have excavated a palace that possibly has a personal wine cellar that may be considered the worlds oldest and also larger than any that have ever been discovered before. 484 more words


Ralaghan Man

This anthropomorphic figure, carved from Yew, is part of an exhibition entitled Kingship & Sacrifice at the National Museum of Ireland, Kildare Street.

It was discovered in Ralaghan bog, Co.Cavan in 1930. 226 more words


Tel Dan Nature Reserve


National Park hours. Bathrooms and snacks available.

Include the Dan spring, and the ancient city of Dan.


According to the bible, the Tribe of Dan was unable to take over its inheritance in the Shfela, and took over this city, then called Laish instead. 292 more words

Hermon And The Golan Heights

Dissertation Weekly #11

Over the last couple months I have been writing my dissertation again.  After coming back from Jordan I had a significant amount of data processing to do, mainly focused on drawing pottery.  350 more words


Dr. Susan Cohen; MT State University field archaeologist

Field archaeologist and MSU-Bozeman Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Dr. Susan Cohen, is in Missoula this evening to lecture on the relationship between archaeology, history and the Bible. 48 more words