Biblical Archaeology Review is a bi-monthly magazine that is dedicated to exploring the connections between archaeology in the Middle East and the world of the Bible. The magazine offers information about archaeological sites that may have been the locations of ancient battles. Also contained in Biblical Archaeology Review is coverage of artifacts and artwork that are found at dig sites across the Middle East.
Biblical Archaeology Review is known for its features on archaeological sites that may have hosted battles that are recounted in the Bible. One article explores the destruction of the Canaanite city Hazor, which the Bible tells was destroyed by fire. Archaeologists who have studied the area confirm that the city was in fact destroyed by an intentional inferno.
Readers of Biblical Archaeology Review are treated to coverage of artifacts and artwork found at dig sites in the Middle East. One writer takes a look at excavated structures, pottery, and other household artifacts that offer a glimpse into daily life for the people of ancient Canaan, in Israel. Other articles explore ancient frescoes and artwork that display the Biblical influences of those who once settled the Middle East.
A subscription to Biblical Archaeology Review makes a great gift for anyone who is interested in religion, archaeology, and most importantly the ways in which the two are connected. On our website, you can either order a new subscription for yourself or as a gift, or you can easily renew a subscription to Biblical Archaeology Review.