ARTICLES AND NEWS
Porcupines are great archaeologists.
Congratulations to Jim Davila at PaleoJudaica, which just celebrated its twelfth anniversary! Here's a collection of his favorite posts this year.
At the Talmud Blog, Moulie Vidas and Sergey Dolgopolski continue the series, "What is the Bavli?"
Larry Schiffman on how to study a Dead Sea Scroll Text.
Jodi Magness reflects on her discovery at Huqoq.
A Homeric papyrus and its distinguished afterlife as toilet paper.
Brian LePort on Kent Yinger's The New Perspective on Paul: An Introduction.
AJR receives a grant from the American Academy of Jewish Research.
3/30 & 4/1 7pm Daniel Boyarin at Columbia University for the Bampton Lectures: "What do Jews Talk About When They Don’t Talk About Judaism? " and "Can a Concept Exist Without a Word?"
4/17-19 "Pain & Pleasure in Classical Antiquity" at Columbia University. RSVP required.
- The Syriac Gazetteer at syriaca.org.
- Pleiades, an open source, online, gazetteer of the ancient world.
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