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BAR March/April 2017 — Supplemental Photos

My electronic version of the March/April 2017 issue of the Biblical Archaeological Review arrived on my iPad last week.  As usual, it contains some very interesting articles.  Since some of the readers of this blog also read BAR and share its contents with their students I thought you folk might be interested in some “free to download for personal use,” high-resolution images that you might find useful for your PowerPoint Presentations.  Here goes . . . .

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Menorah with Flames Flanked by a Lulav and Shofar — Above it a cross was inscribed — Click (actually two clicks) on Image to Enlarge and/or Download

Fairchild, Mark R. “Laodicea’s “Lukewarm” Legacy: Conflicts of Prosperity in an Ancient Christian City.” Biblical Archaeological Review 43, no. 2 (March/April, 2017): 30–39, 67–68.

Patrich, Joseph and Shlomit Weksler–Bdolah. “Old, New Banquet Hall by the Temple Mount.” Biblical Archaeological Review 43, no. 2 (March/April, 2017): 50–54.herodianhall-0007

 

Nov/Dec Biblical Archaeology Review

Readers of the Biblical Archaeology Review (November/December 2013 – Vol. 39 No 6) will be treated to articles on:

The Nea Church in Jerusalem
Kh. Qeiyafa in the Shephelah of Judean
Perga and Pisidian
Antioch in Turkey

To view additional images and commentary on these sites just click on the following links:

Kh. Qeiyafa
Perga and Here
Perga Artifacts
Pisidian Antioch
Pisidian Antioch Artifacts
(including the Sergius Paulus Inscription)

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Perga — Hellenistic Gate
This Gate was 300 years old when Paul, Barnabas and John Mark Visited Perga
Click on Image to Enlarge/Download