Founded in 1957, the Near East Archaeological Society (NEAS) is built around researching the Bible’s geographical setting—the modern Middle East—with an evangelical perspective. Many members of NEAS are involved in archaeological research to provide better understanding of the Bible and the general history of the ancient Near East. The Near East Archaeological Society Bulletin (NEASB), the society’s journal, covers a range of topics including archaeological reports, general pieces on archaeology and the Bible, book reviews, and artifact analysis—complete with images and diagrams.
These articles are written and compiled by a number of scholars including W. Harold Mare, Bastiaan van Elderen, Glenn A. Carnagey, Sr., Willard W. Winter, and Harold G. Stiger. Featuring the 78 NEASB issues published from 1958 through 2013, this collection is a great opportunity to kick start your archaeological library.
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Interested in other archaeological journals? Check out Biblical Archaeologist/Near Eastern Archaeology (1992–2011)