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Archaeology

Our collection of articles on the study, recovery, and scientific investigation of the material remains that can illuminate both our reading of the Scriptures and our understanding of tradition.

Advances in carbon dating could help solidify biblical timeline

Fine-tuning our methods for dating artifacts could lead to greater accuracy.

Learning more about the Herod Jesus met

While often seen as a biblical villain, Herod Antipas seemed a better ruler than his father.

Bones of 7th-century English saint identified

These relics are the oldest remains yet discovered of an English saint and royal relative.

Skulls and bones discovered in walls of Belgian cathedral

Workers make finding as Van Eyck "Mystic Lamb" returns to St. Bavo's.

2,000-year-old Roman square open to public view in Jerusalem

The site explores the extensive evidence left behind by the kingdoms of the past.

Science resurrects ancient date trees from seeds found in archaeological sites

2,000-year-old seeds from Masada and Qumran beginning to produce fruit.

New technology helps experts analyze ancient handwriting

Archaeologists glean new insights of the ancient world.

Rare burial site of priest discovered under English cathedral

50 graves were discovered under the Lincoln Cathedral, but they have yet to be identified.

Excavating England’s religious history at Bath Abbey

The entire community of Bath is welcomed to share in the unearthing of history.

Spanish Byzantine monastery unearthed, the first of its kind

The 6th-century ruin sheds light on the extent of the Byzantine empire.

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