Archaeology - List of resources on the website Monergism.
Archaeological Resource List - New Testament Gateway
Associates for Biblical Research - Latest archaeological discoveries and provides a Biblical perspective.
Archaeologia - Provides daily archaeological news and information.
Archaeology and the Bible - Addresses questions related to the Bible and archaeology (ChristianAnswers.net).
Biblical Archaeological Society - Dedicated to information about archaeology in the Bible lands.
Biblical Archaeology - Studies in biblical archaeology by John Stevenson.
Biblical Archaeology Search and Exploration Institute - Archaeology that validates the Bible by Bob Cornuke.
Biblical Lands Museum Jerusalem - Dedicated to the history of the Bible and the Ancient Near East.
Bible and Interpretation - News, editorials, commentary, archaeological interpretation relevant to Bible study.
Biblical Archaeology - Rob Bradshaw, United Kingdom
Dig the Bible - Doyle Lynch. Dedicated to understanding of the Bible through the use of archaeology.
Foundations of Biblical Archaeology - Promotes and raises money for Biblical archaeology.
Israel Antiquities Authority - Oversees Israel's antiquities and antiquity sites.
Images of Archaeological Sites in Israel - Resource site of Tim Bulkeley.
Jerusalem Archaeological Park - The Temple Mount and the City of David have been the focus of archaeological research for some 170 years. During this time thousands of books and articles have been published, but almost no digital scientific information was available. The aim of this project was to assemble the scientific data and present it as a whole. The site exposes the visitor to recent archaeological and historical conclusions, which are the result of up-to-date excavations. According to the traditional understanding in archaeology, the results of diggings are presented in a constant format. To our believes, this kind of format is unsuitable for online publications. The digital format, as opposed to the written data, enabled us to paraphrase more accurately our views concerning various archaeological issues, sometimes with the help of special visual effects. Moreover, the assembling of so much data in one place, with easy linkage to historical sources, a glossary and bibliography, makes it an important production for all.The site presents a survey of the history and archaeology of Jerusalem throughout the Early Bronze Age until the Ottoman period. Its pivot is a dynamic time line, enhancing focal periods and events in the city's history. Internal links lead to complementary information, e.g., historical sources. A bibliography, arranged by periods and themes, is also available. The site holds a detailed description of a 3D virtual model of the Temple Mount. Unique features are the interactive maps, displaying the results of the ongoing excavations of the city from the 19th century. The site was produced by the Israel Antiquities Authority.
Near East Archaeological Society - Promotes research in the Bible lands from an evangelical perspective.
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