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Biblical Archaeology Blog · 3W ago

Life and Times of Isaiah by Archibald H. Sayce

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Professor Sayce provides a helpful summary of the archaeological background on the Isaiah and his writings. In so doing he seeks to place the prophet in the...
Biblical Archaeology Blog · 3W ago

Archibald Sayce on the Decipherment of the Hittite Hieroglyphic Texts

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Archibald Sayce [1845-1933] was Professor of Assyriology at Oxford University for 28 years. I recently came across offprints of four of his articles from th...
Biblical Archaeology Blog · 3W ago

Joshua’s Conquest of Jericho and Ai – a Historical Account?

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn It is often argued that the biblical account of Joshua’s conquest of Jericho and Ai is nothing more than historical fiction. So it is very refreshing to com...
Biblical Archaeology Blog · 3W ago

Palestine Exploration Quarterly On-line

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn The Palestine Exploration Quarterly provides a unique record of the early days of archaeology in the Holy land from 1869 onwards. As it is published in the ...
Biblical Archaeology Blog · 3W ago

Redating the Exodus and Conquest by John J. Bimson

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Both my wife and I remember reading John Bimson’s groundbreaking book Redating the Exodus and Conquest when we were studying theology. So I was delighted wh...
Biblical Archaeology Blog · 3W ago

Tent Work in Palestine by Claude R. Conder

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Claude R. Conder’s classic 2 volume work Tent Work in Palestine is now available for download in PDF. Claude Reignier Conder, R.E. [1848-1910], Tent Work in...
Biblical Archaeology Blog · 3W ago

George Adam Smith’s “Jerusalem” (2 Vols) online

George Adam Smiths 2 Vols work "Jerusalem. The Topography, Economics and History From The Earliest Times to A.D. 70" is now available for free download. The post George Adam Smith’s “Jerusal...
Biblical Archaeology Blog · 3W ago

Sayce’s Archaeology & the Cuneiform Inscriptions

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn The following book by noted archaeologist Archibald H. Sayce is now available for free download in PDF: Archibald Henry Sayce [1846-1933], The Archaeology o...
Biblical Archaeology Blog · 3W ago

“Fresh Light” by A.H. Sayce on-line

Archibald H. Sayce's "Fresh Light From the Ancient Monuments" [5th ed.] is now available in PDF for free download. This book is in the public domain. The post “Fresh Light” by A.H. Sayce on-...
Biblical Archaeology Blog · 3W ago

Sayce’s Higher Criticism & the Monuments

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Archibald Sayce [1845-1933] made significant contributions in the field of Biblical Archaeology, not least for his pioneering work on the Empire of the Hitt...