Ancient History

nora-stone

These Phoenicians who came with Cadmus…brought with them to Greece, among many other kinds of learning, the alphabet, which had been unknown before this, I think, to the Greeks.—Herodotus 5.58

Found near the ancient Phoenician settlement of Nora, modern Pula in Sardinia, this eighth-century B.C.E. slab—the so-called Nora Stone—bears a Phoenician inscription that includes the name of the island, “Sardinia.” Photo: Dan Diffendale/CC BY-SA 2.0.

Herodotus's story of the foundation of Greek Thebes by [...]
Tue, Sep 12, 2017
Source: Ancient Cultures
ravenna-jesus

Read Lawrence Mykytiuk's article “Did Jesus Exist? Searching for Evidence Beyond the Bible” as it originally appeared in Biblical Archaeology Review, January/February 2015. The article was first republished in Bible History Daily in 2014.—Ed.


THE MAN CHRIST JESUS. Did Jesus of Nazareth exist as a real human being? Outside of the New Testament, what is the evidence for his existence? In this article, author Lawrence Mykytiuk examines the extra-Biblical textual and archaeological evidence associated [...]

Tue, Sep 05, 2017
Source: Biblical Archeology Daily

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Mon, Sep 04, 2017
Source: The Ancient Standard
et-tell

Where is Biblical Bethsaida? One contender is the site of et-Tell, a mile and a half north of the Sea of Galilee. Photo: Duby Tal and Moni Haramati, Albatross/Courtesy of Bethsaida Excavations.

The ancient village of Bethsaida is believed to be located on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee, but where precisely the abandoned city lies remains a fiercely-debated question among scholars. Recent discoveries at the site of el-Araj have called into question [...]
Wed, Aug 30, 2017
Source: Biblical Archeology Daily
Was the College of Augustales at Herculaneum founded to cope with the socio-economic impact of widespread fluorosis around the Bay of Naples?


By Mary Harrsch © 2017


Modern day school children living around Mount Vesuvius are suffering the effects of drinking ground water contaminated by naturally occurring fluoride generated by chemical changes to the volcanic debris present in the water-bearing strata just as their ancient Roman ancestors did over 2,000 years ago.


"Fluorine is present in [...]
Tue, Aug 29, 2017
Source: Ancient Times


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