BAR 37:01, Jan/Feb 2011
February 27, 1940 A.D. American biochemists Martin Kamen and Sam Ruben discovered the radioactive isotope carbon-14, which today forms the basis of the radiocarbon dating method in archaeology and other sciences.
- BAR 37:01, Jan/Feb 2011
- DSI: Dig Scene Investigation
- Scholarship Winners
- Donors: Thank You!
- Scholarship Opportunities
- In Search of Herod’s Tomb
- By Ehud Netzer
- Herod’s Illness
- Herod’s Funeral
- Why Paul Went West
- By Doron Mendels
- Philistine Cult Stands
- First Person: Ketef Hinnom
- By Hershel Shanks
- Biblical Views: Is Hershel Doomed to the Lake of Fire?
- By Adela Yarbro Collins
- Archaeological Views: Mastering the Museum Makeover
- By Aaron Brody
- Strata: King David Gets a Facelift
- Strata: The Bible In the News: Did Jehoshaphat Really Jump?
- By Leonard J. Greenspoon
- Strata: How Many?
- Strata: Exhibit Watch
- Strata: Graven Images No Problem for Nabateans
- Strata: Raphael Golb Convicted
- Strata: What Is It?
- Strata: Forgery Trial Now in Hands of Judge
- Strata: In History
- Strata: In Their Own Words
- By Gary A. Rendsburg
- Strata: Milestones: Ehud Netzer (1934–2010)
- Strata: Milestones: Alan D. Crown (1932–2010)
- Strata: Cartoon Caption Contest
- ReViews: The Origin of Jesus’ Divinity
- By James C. VanderKam
- ReViews: Biblical Archaeology Crash Course
- By Eric H. Cline
- Queries & Comments
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