Biblical Archaeology Review is a one-of-a-kind archaeology magazine that acts as a bridge between the academic study of archaeology and a broad general audience eager to understand the world of the Bible better. Covering both the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament since its beginning in 1975, BAR is the leading nonsectarian forum for the discussion of Biblical archaeology. Articles by top scholars are written for the layperson, and archaeological news, trivia and games ensure that even the most serious scholars enjoy reading the latest issue of BAR.
Biblical Archaeology Review
- May/June 2017 Volume 43 Number 3
Laodicea’s “Lukewarm” Legacy: Conflicts of Prosperity in an Ancient Christian City • Earliest Depictions of the Virgin Mary • Old, New Banquet Hall by the Temple Mount • How to Find the Hazor Archives (I Think)
- January/February 2017 Volume 43 Number 1