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The “mother” of all Indo-European languages has been reconstructed and recorded, thanks to historical linguistics.
Archaeologists will compare remains to those in St. Peter's Basilica to confirm they belonged to the first pope.
These life-sized clay figures are part of one of the world's most extraordinary archaeological finds.
For archaeologists, the Monastery of Saint Catherine is the gift that keeps on giving.
The earliest known Christian art portrays Christ as clean-shaven, but what does that tell us?
It’s even older than the Vulgate.
The Getty makes its digital lamps catalog available to scholars and the curious.
These new archaeological findings date back to the 3rd and 4th centuries.
Some recently studied remains of the ancient city of Lachish shed light on the historicity of the biblical text.
Visit the Old City’s only museum dedicated to the roots of Christianity.