Getting ready to attend the annual meeting of ASOR in San Diego (#ASOR2019). I plan to post occasionally during the conference — good papers, new insights. I hope to see some friends from years of work at the Hippos-Sussita Excavations. [And, yes, I still like the old logo.] #WeAreCSP
I am very pleased that, if several factors come together, I will have a 6-month sabbatical beginning in January of 2020. The purpose of this sabbatical will be to pull together and publish in digital format materials for the Northeast Insula Project derived from fifteen field seasons (2002-2016) and the study season in 2019. Look for materials to appear here, on Digital Commons, and on Academia.edu.
As a theologian also engaged in field archaeology, I am always interested in the intersection between ancient texts and the discoveries int he field. A new online journal is attempting to address this topic. The first issue is out and I wish the editors success.
Archaeology and Text: A Journal for the integration of Material Culture with Written Documents in the Ancient Mediterranean and Near East.
Source: Archaeology and Text |
The “tomb” of Christ has needed work for centuries. Renovation is now occurring. Read about it.