BAR 36:01, Jan/Feb 2010
February 4, 1859 German scholar Constantin von Tischendorf rediscovers the fourth-century Codex Sinaiticus, arguably the oldest manuscript of the Greek Bible, in Saint Catherine’s Monastery at the foot of Mt. Sinai in Egypt.
- BAR 36:01, Jan/Feb 2010
- Digs 2010
- All in the Family
- By Dorothy Resig
- Digs 2010 Volunteering
- BAR Volunteer Finds Rare Portrait of Alexander the Great
- Dig Scholarship Winners
- 28 Years Later Couple Recalls Finding “Lost Ark”
- By Carol L. Meyers and Eric M. Meyers
- The “New Cleopatra” and the Jewish Tax
- By Schlomo Moussaieff
- Roman Coins Boast “Judaea Capta”
- By Robert Deutsch
- Solomon & Sheba, Inc.
- By André Lemaire
- Under the Influence
- By Martin Goodman
- Roman Spectacle in Second Temple Jerusalem
- Newly Discovered Roman Theater in Jewish City
- First Person: Funders, Politics and Bias
- By Hershel Shanks
- Biblical Views: What’s Up with the Gospel of Thomas?
- By April D. DeConick
- Archaeological Views: An Archaeologist’s Journey from Volunteer to Field Director
- By Daniel M. Master
- Strata: Who Moved the Ladder?
- Strata: In History
- Strata: Best of BAR
- Strata: The Bible In the News
- By Leonard J. Greenspoon
- Strata: IEJ Article: Not Biblical Jezebel
- Strata: In Their Own Words
- Strata: Found in Vatican: Paul’s Portrait
- Strata: 2010 Marks BAR’s 35th Anniversary
- Strata: Cave Yields Cross Carvings and Holy Stones
- Strata: Aphrodite Uncovered in Christian City
- Strata: Milestones
- Strata: Special Collections
- Strata: Cartoon Caption Contest
- Strata: What Is It?
- Strata: How Many?
- Past Perfect: A Wild Hog Chase
- Queries & Comments
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