Publications / October 2017

NEA 80.3 Table of Contents

This issue of NEA includes articles such as: From the Bible to the Levant and Beyond, by William G. Dever; Forgotten Fortress: Returning to Uronarti, by Laurel Bestock; Dendara at Its Origins: New Evidence for a Pre- and Early Dynastic Settlement Site in Upper Egypt, by Gregory Marouard; and more.
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Publications / October 2017

NEA 80.3 Table of Contents

This issue of NEA includes articles such as: From the Bible to the Levant and Beyond, by William G. Dever; Forgotten Fortress: Returning to Uronarti, by Laurel Bestock; Dendara at Its Origins: New Evidence for a Pre- and Early Dynastic Settlement Site in Upper Egypt, by Gregory Marouard; and more.
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2017 Annual Meeting, November 15-18

Annual Meeting Schedule

The Academic Program features 120 sessions and more than 600 paper and poster presentations. Please check the Annual Meeting Schedules page often for the latest updates to the Academic Program and to find out when Business Meetings and Special Events will be taking place.  
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2017 Annual Meeting, November 15-18

Annual Meeting Schedule

The Academic Program features 120 sessions and more than 600 paper and poster presentations. Please check the Annual Meeting Schedules page often for the latest updates to the Academic Program and to find out when Business Meetings and Special Events will be taking place.
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The Ancient Near East Today: Vol. V, No. 10.2

Revolutionary Biblical Discoveries and the Need for Historical Amnesia

Every few years, the media report new finds of ancient texts that supposedly throw revolutionary new light on the Biblical world and Christian origins. Are these finds as really revolutionary as they seem?
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The Ancient Near East Today: Vol. V, No. 10.2

Revolutionary Biblical Discoveries and the Need for Historical Amnesia

Every few years, the media report new finds of ancient texts that supposedly throw revolutionary new light on the Biblical world and Christian origins. Are these finds as really revolutionary as they seem?
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ASOR Cultural Heritage Initiatives

UPDATE: Ninawa Governorate

ASOR CHI previously reported 13 mosques and shrines damaged in June 2014 as a result of intentional destruction by ISIS. Many of these incidents were documented and publicized in photographs and video footage released by ISIS and the pattern of destruction demonstrates that these sites were target for ideological reasons. This update provides the most recent information from the site […] Read More>

ASOR Cultural Heritage Initiatives

UPDATE: Ninawa Governorate

  • ASOR CHI originally reported 13 mosques and shrines damaged in June 2014 as a result of intentional destruction by ISIS. Many of these incidents were documented and publicized in photographs and video footage released by ISIS and the pattern of destruction demonstrates that these sites were target for ideological reasons. This update provides the most current information from the site. Read More>