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Overview

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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Key Features

  • Analyses on archaeological issues in the Middle East
  • Images bring to life the Bible’s ancient context
  • Reviews other books and archaeological scholarship

Product Details

  • Title: Near East Archaeological Society Bulletin (1958–2013)
  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Issues: 78
  • Pages: 4,197
  • Resource Type: Journals
  • Topic: Ancient Near East

Individual Titles

Near Eastern Archaeology: Bulletin of the Near Eastern Archaeological Society, 1958

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1958
  • Pages: 12

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Contents:
  • “Digging at Dothan,” by Joseph P. Free
  • “Recent Archaeological News”

Near Eastern Archaeology: Bulletin of the Near Eastern Archaeological Society, 1959

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1959
  • Pages: 6

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6

Contents:
  • “II. Digging at Dothan: Fifth Season—Excavation of the Early Old Testament Levels on the Slope (3000–1200 BC)”

Near Eastern Archaeology: Bulletin of the Near Eastern Archaeological Society, 1960

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1960
  • Pages: 24
Contents:
  • “Archaeology News,” by Joseph P. Free
  • “Excavating Ancient Dothan, Seventh Season—1960,” by Joseph P. Free
  • “The Nuzu Tablets and Their Bearing on the Patriarchal Narratives,” by Cyrus H. Gordon

Near Eastern Archaeology: Bulletin of the Near Eastern Archaeological Society, 1961

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1961
  • Pages: 8
Contents:
  • “Recent Discoveries in the Bible Lands,” by Joseph P. Free

Near Eastern Archaeology: Bulletin of the Near Eastern Archaeological Society, 1963

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1963
  • Pages: 8
Contents:
  • “Archaeological Light on Chronological Problems,” by Edwin R. Thiele

Near Eastern Archaeology: Bulletin of the Near Eastern Archaeological Society, 1964

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1964
  • Pages: 26
Contents:
  • “Archaeology and the Wilderness Tabernacle,” by R. Laird Harris
  • “Geographical Locations in the Jerusalem Area in the Time of Christ,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “Geographical Locations in the Jerusalem Area in the Time of Christ (Continued),” by W. Harold Mare

Near Eastern Archaeology: Bulletin of the Near Eastern Archaeological Society, 1965

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1965
  • Pages: 8
Contents:
  • “Lotan/Leviathan from Ugarit to Patmos,” by Charles F. Pfeiffer

Near Eastern Archaeology: Bulletin of the Near Eastern Archaeological Society, 1966

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1966
  • Pages: 8
Contents:
  • “The Flora of the Bible: Identifying the Trees, Plants, Shrubs, and Flowers of Scripture,” by John C. Trever

Near Eastern Archaeology: Bulletin of the Near Eastern Archaeological Society, 1967

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1967
  • Pages: 8
Contents:
  • “The Near East School Excavation of an Early Christian Church on the Mount Olives,” by James Jennings

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1971

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1971
  • Pages: 30
Contents:
  • “Archaeological and Literary Evidence Regarding Building Remains and Worship in the Early Church,” by W. Harold Mare

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1972

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1972
  • Pages: 44
Contents:
  • “Palestinian Artifactual Evidence Supporting the Early Date of the Exodus,” by Bruce K. Waltke
  • “Homeric Greece and the Near East: Archaeological Evidence for the Chronology and History of the Aegean Dark Ages,” by James E. Jennings
  • Historical and Chronological Outline

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1973

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1973
  • Pages: 49
Contents:
  • “The Problem of the Three Walls of Jerusalem,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “Homer, History, and Archaeology,” by Edwin Yamauchi

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1974

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1974
  • Pages: 86
Contents:
  • “Alexandria in the Ptolemaic and Early Christian Eras,” by James E. Jennings
  • “The Gate below the Golden Gate,” by George Ciacumakis
  • “Tekoa Excavations: Tomb 302,” by John J. Davis
  • “A Tentative Suggestion Regarding the Development of the Lentoid Flask,” by Eugene L. Collins

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1975

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1975
  • Pages: 108
Contents:
  • “Four Seasons of Excavation at Khirbet Raddana,” by Robert E. Cooley
  • “The 1974 Excavation at Tell Heshbon and Its Bearing on the Date of the Exodus,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “A Preliminary Report on the First Two Seasons at Giza,” by Alfred J. Hoerth
  • “Archaeology and the Wilderness Tabernacle,” by R. Laird Harris
  • “Archaeological Light on Population Problems,” by Martin H. Heicksen
  • Book Reviews: The Pentateuch in Its Cultural Environment, Looking for Dilmun, Bible Archaeology and Faith, and Solomon and Sheba

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1976

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1976
  • Pages: 170
Contents:
  • “Akko of the Three Tells,” by Harold G. Stigers
  • “Archaeological Prospects at Colossae,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “The Achaemenid Capitals,” by Edwin M. Yamauchi
  • “Samson’s Removal of Gaza’s Gates,” by William D. Barrick
  • Book Reviews: Anchor Bible: Judges, New Light on the Gospels, New Light on New Testament Letters, A Preliminary near East Periodical Index, discovering the Biblical World

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1977

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1977
  • Pages: 98
Contents:
  • “In Search of Noah’s Ark: A Critical Review,” by Alred J. Hoerth
  • “Agriculture in the Negev: An Exercise in Possibilitism,” by Eugene H. Merrill
  • “Critical Comments on the Search for Noah’s Ark,” by Edwin M. Yamauchi
  • “Mystic Numbers,” by Samuel J. Schultz
  • “Lead in the Ancient Near East,” by Michael J. Fuller
  • Book Reviews: The Story of Archaeological Decipherment: From Egyptian Hieroglyphs to Linear B and The Dead Sea Scriptures, The Legacy of Zion, The Holy Land: From the Persian to the Arab Conquest and Creation and the Flood

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1978

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1978
  • Pages: 142
Contents:
  • “The Validity of Numbers in Chronicles,” by J. Barton Payne
  • “Philistines: Aegeanized Semites,” by T.D. Proffit, III
  • “With Paul in the Troad,” by Donald W. Burdick
  • Book Reviews: Archaeology in Bible Lands, Field Methods in Archaeology, The Nag Hammadi Library, and The Penguin Shorter Atlas of the Bible

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1979

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1979
  • Pages: 201
Contents:
  • “The Tell Mardikh Excavations, the Ebla Tablets, and Their Significance for Biblical Studies,” by David Noel Freedman
  • “Recent Archaeological Work in the New Testament Cities of Western Anatolia, Parts I & II,” by Edwin M. Yamauchi
  • “The Role of Philistine Autonomy in Neo-Assyrian Foreign Policy,” by Gerald L. Mattingly
  • “Mycenaean Tablets and Demetrius the Silversmith, Acts 19:23–28,” by T.D. Proffitt, III
  • Book Reviews: Biblical Archaeology in Focus, Moses and the Gods of Egypt, Burrows on the Dead Sea Scrolls, The Bible and Recent Archaeology, The William M. Ramsay Library

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1980

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1980
  • Pages: 82
Contents:
  • “A Consideration and Comparison of Sacrificial Terminology and Practice in Ancient Israel and Ugarit,” by Monty Mers
  • “Terqa,” by Stephen Reimer
  • “Neo-Assyrian Influence at Tell Jemmeh,” by Gerald L. Mattingly
  • “Ancient Near Eastern Roots of Graeco-Roman Sacrificial Divination,” by John M. Lawrence
  • Periodical Reviews by Samuel J. Schultz

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1981

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1981
  • Pages: 113
Contents:
  • “The 1980 Survey of Abila of the Decapolis, Parts I & II,” by W. Harold Mare and others
  • “Obsidian Hydration Dating Technique,” by T.D. Proffitt, III
  • “Herodotus, Bible and Babylon: A Study in the Utilization of Archaeological, Biblical, and Historical Sources,” by Monty J. Mers
  • “An Archaeological Analysis of Sargon’s 712 Campaign against Ashdod,” by Gerald L. Mattingly
  • “Julian the Apostate and Sacrificial Divination,” by John M. Lawrence
  • Book and Periodical Reviews by Samuel J. Schultz

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1982

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1982
  • Pages: 116
Contents:
  • “Ancient Terqa and Its Temple of Ninkarrak: The Excavations of the Fifth and Sixth Seasons,” by Renata M. Liggett
  • “Neo-Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian Attitudes towards Foreigners and Their Religions,” by John M. Lawrence
  • “Archaeology and Sociocultural Reconstruction,” by Gerald L. Mattingly
  • “Hellenistic Administration in Rural Palestine,” by Thomas H. Cook
  • “A Brief History of Levirate Marriage as It Relates to the Bible,” by Dale W. Manor
  • Periodical and Book Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1983

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1983
  • Pages: 150
Contents:
  • “The Abila Excavation: The Second Campaign at Abila of the Decapolis, Preliminary Report, Part I,” by W. Harold Mare, Duane W. Roller, Cherie Lenzen, Alison McQuitty, John J. Davis, and Michael J. Fuller
  • “The Abila Excavation: The Second Campaign at Abila of the Decapolis, Preliminary Report, Part II,” by Michael J. Fuller, K.D. Smith, Cherie Lenzen, W. Harold Mare, C.E. Rowe, Neathery Batsell Fuller, and Willard W. Winter
  • Book and Periodical Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1984

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1984
  • Pages: 108
Contents:
  • “Tell es-Sultan: Site OT Jericho,” by Dennis B. Merkes
  • “Palaces in the Biblical World,” by Edwin M. Yamauchi
  • “The Early Bronze Age Sites of Central and Southern Moab,” by Gerald L. Mattingly
  • “Ancient Seals and the New Testament,” by T.D. Proffitt, III
  • Book and Periodical Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1985

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1985
  • Pages: 220
Contents:
  • “The Abila Excavation: The Third Campaign at Abila of the Decapolis, Preliminary Report, Part I,” by W. Harold Mare, Horace D. Hummel, Jonathan F. Grothe, John J. Davis, Michael Fuller, and others
  • “Reflections on the International Congress of Biblical Archaeology,” by James E. Powell
  • “Obelisks and Pyramids,” by Edwin M. Yamauchi
  • “Excavations at Sepphoris, Israel, 1983,” by John McRay
  • “Cyrus: Messiah, Politician, and General,” by John M. Lawrence
  • “Tabga—Heptapegon,” by Ulrich Hubner
  • “The Abila Excavation, The Third Campaign at Abila of the Decapolis, Part II,” by Michael Fuller, W. Harold Mare, and N. Batsell Fuller

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1986

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1986
  • Pages: 135
Contents:
  • “The Abila Excavation, The Third Campaign at Abila of the Decapolis, Part III,” by Neathery Batsell Fuller, et al.
  • “The Excavations at St. Andrews Church in Jerusalem,” by Gordon Franz
  • “Abila Pottery Types,” by Michael J. Fuller

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1987

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1987
  • Pages: 190
Contents:
  • “Multiple Service Areas Called Minoan Theatres,” by Harold R. Dalrymple
  • “The Topography and Geography of the Jezreel Valley,” by Dale W. Manor
  • “The Fourth Campaign at Abila of the Decapolis,” by W. Harold Mare, et al.
  • “Disentangling the Labyrinth, Looking for the Theatre,” by Harold R. Dalrymple
  • “Abila Excavation, Area A: 1986,” by Neathery Batsell Fuller
  • “The Abila Excavation: The Fourth Campaign at Abila of the Deacapolis: A Preliminary Report,” by W. Harold Mare, et al.
  • Book Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1988

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1988
  • Pages: 192
Contents:
  • “Biblical and Archaeological Data Bearing on the Late Date for the Exodus” by Harold G. Stigers
  • “Ethnoarchaeological Report, 1986 Abila Excavation Season,” by John A. Shoup
  • “1986 Excavations at Abila, Area B,” by Bastiaan van Elderen
  • “Coins from the 1986 Excavation at Abila of the Decapolis,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “Human Skeletal Remains from Abila: 1986 Season: Report of the Osteologist,” by Valerie A. Haskins
  • “The Pottery from the 1986 Season at Abila of the Decapolis,” by Lee A. Maxwell
  • “Imperial Christian Legislation against Sacrificial Divination,” by John M. Lawrence
  • “1988 Abila of the Decapolis Excavation Director’s Report,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “Human Skeletal Remains from Abila; 1988 Season,” by Robert H. Kyle
  • “Abila of the Decapolis—1988, Area D,” by Willard W. Winter
  • “The 1988 Abila of the Decapolis Report of the Architect,” by Harold G. Stigers
  • Book Review

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1989

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1989
  • Pages: 66
Contents:
  • “Water Tunnel Inscription,” by Bastiaan van Elderen
  • “Coins from the 1988 Excavation,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “Excavations: Area B,” by Bastiaan van Elderen
  • “Abila Tomb Excavations,” by Robert W. Smith
  • “Excavations: Area F—The City Wall,” by Amy E. Deeds
  • “Excavations: Area A—Preliminary Report,” by John D. Wineland

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1990

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1990
  • Pages: 118
Contents:
  • “New Team Assumes Editorship of NEAS Bulletin,” by Glenn A. Carnagey, Sr.
  • “The Sixth Campaign at Abila of the Decapolis: The 1990 Abila Excavations—The Director’s Preliminary Report,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “1990 Abila Architect’s Report,” by Harold G. Stiger
  • “The Bones of Abila, 1990,” by Robert H. Kyle
  • “The 1990 Abila Educational Report,” by Willard W. Winter
  • “The Area B 1990 Excavations at Abila,” by Bastiaan van Elderen
  • “The Area D 1990 Excavations at Abila,” by Willard W. Winter
  • “Gleanings from the Barley Field,” by Glenn A. Carnagey, Sr.
  • “The 1987 and 1990 Preliminary Report from Khirbet Nisya,” by David Livingston
  • “The Area A 1990 Excavations at Abila,” by John D. Wineland
  • “The Area C 1990 Excavations at Abila,” by John R. Lee
  • “The Fifth Season of Tomb Excavations at Abila,” by Robert W. Smith
  • “The 1990 Abila Coin Report,” by W. Harold Mare

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1991

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1991
  • Pages: 42
Contents:
  • “Gleanings from the Barley Field,” by Glenn A. Carnagey, Sr.
  • “The Area AA 1990 Excavations at Abila,” by Glenn A. Carnagey, Sr.
  • “The Area E 1990 Excavations at Abila,” by Amy E. Deeds
  • “Abila 1990 Pottery,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “Abila 1990 Registrar’s Report,” by Nan Carnagey
  • Book Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1992

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1992
  • Pages: 68
Contents:
  • “Gleanings from the Barley Field,” by Glenn A. Carnagey, Sr.
  • “William Francis Lynch, Explorer of the Dead Sea,” by Jack P. Lewis
  • “The Abila Excavations: The 1992 Seventh Campaign at Abila of the Decapolis,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “The 1992 Excavations at Abila of the Decapolis: The Education Director’s Report,” by W.W. Winter
  • “The Human Bones of Abila: The Osteologist’s Report,” by Robert H. Kyle
  • “The 1992 Abila Coin Report,” by W. Harold Mare and Michael Pfefferkorn
  • “The Area D 1992 Excavations at Abila,” by W.W. Winter
  • “The Area E 1992 Excavations at Abila,” by Robert H. Kyle
  • “The Sixth Season of Tomb Excavations at Abila,” by Robert W. Smith
  • Book Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1993

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1993
  • Pages: 71
Contents:
  • “Gleanings from the Barley Field,” by Glenn A. Carnagey, Sr.
  • “The Sixth Season of Excavation, Area A, Tell Abila: Area Supervisor’s Preliminary Report,” by John D. Wineland
  • “The 1992 Abila Excavations, Area AA: Area Supervisor’s Preliminary Report,” by Glenn A. Carnagey
  • “The 1992 Abila, Area B: Area Supervisor’s Preliminary Repor,” by Bastiaan van Elderen
  • “The 1992 Abila, Area C: Area Supervisor’s Preliminary Report,” by Jack R. Lee
  • “Preliminary Pollen Report for the 1992 Excavations at Abila of the Decapolis,” by Susan Ellis-Lopez
  • “The Great Controversy: The ‘Outer Wall’ at Gezer,” by Paul J. Ray, Jr.
  • “The Title ‘Overseer of Horses’ in the Egyptian Eighteenth Dynasty,” by Charles Aling
  • Book Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1995

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Pages: 144
Contents:
  • “Gleanings from the Barley Field,” by Glenn A. Carnagey, Sr.
  • “Is Kuntillet Ajrud a Cultic Center? A Psychological and Archaeological Reassessment,” by Chang-Ho C. Jo
  • “Did Abraham Learn Human Sacrifice from the Philistines?” by Clyde E. Billington
  • “Some Remarks on the Historicity of the Josepth Story,” by Charles Aling
  • “Claude R. Conder Surveyor of Palestine,” by Jack P. Lewis
  • “Moses as High Priest and Sorcerer? A Response to Graham Hancock’s Egyptian Explanation for the Ark of the Covenant,” by Michael S. Heiser
  • “The 1994 Excavations at Abila of the Decapolis: The Director’s Preliminary Report on the Eighth Campaign,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “The 1994 Excavations at Abila of the Decapolis, Area B,” by Bastiaan van Elderen
  • “A New Basilica at Abila,” by David Vila
  • “The 1994 Excavations at Abila of the Decapolis, Area E,” by Clarence Menninga
  • Book Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1996

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 100
Contents:
  • “Gleanings from the Barley Field,” by Glenn A. Carnagey, Sr.
  • “Underground Aqueduct Excavations: Ninth Season at Abila: 1995,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “Coins from the 1994 Excavation at Abila of the Decapolis,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “Coins from the 1995 Excavation at Abila of the Decapolis,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “Abila: Area AA Excavations Preliminary Report for 1994,” by Glenn A. Carnagey, Sr.
  • “Area C Excavations: Preliminary Report for 1994,” by Jack R. Lee
  • “The Seventh Season of Tomb Excavations, 1994,” by Robert W. Smith
  • “Sir Charles William Wilson: Discoverer of Wilson’s Arch,” by Jack P. Lewis
  • “Clermont-Ganneau and 19th Century Discovery,” by Jack P. Lewis
  • “The Israelite Settlement in Transjordan: The Relation between the Biblical and Archaeological Evidence,” by Chang-ho C. Ji
  • Book Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1997

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 75
Contents:
  • “Problems of Middle and Late Bronze Age Chronology: Toward a Solution,” by Paul J. Ray, Jr.
  • “Selah Merrill: 19th Century American Explorer-Diplomat,” by Jack P. Lewis
  • “The 1996 Season at Abila of the Decapolis,” by W. Harold Mare, et al.
  • “Late Bronze Age Camel Petroglyphs in the Wadi Nasib, Sinai,” by Randall W. Younker
  • Book Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1998

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 91
Contents:
  • “Settlement Patterns in the Region of Hesban and Umeiri, Jordan: A Review of the 1973–1992 Archaeological Survey Data,” by Chang-Ho C. Ji
  • “Short Notes on Some Sites in Transjordan,” by Fawzi Zayadine
  • “The Patriarchs Revisited: A Reply to Dr. Ronald S. Hendel,” by Kenneth A. Kitchen
  • “Text and Tell,” by Keith N. Schoville
  • Book Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 1999

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 1999
  • Pages: 85
Contents:
  • “Restoration of the Area E Cruciform Church at Abila,” by W. Harold Mare
  • “Large Numbers at the Time of the Exodus,” by David Merling
  • “The Christian Church in Egypt: A Living Legacy,” by Bastiaan van Elderen
  • “Assyria and Rebellion in the Annals of Sennacherib: An Analysis of Sennacherib’s Treatment of Hezekiah,” by Robert D. Bates
  • Book Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 2000

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 67
Contents:
  • “Toward the Aged in Antiquity,” by Edwin M. Yamauchi
  • “John Lewis (Johann Ludwig) Burckhardt: Explorer in Disguise,” by Jack P. Lewis
  • “Zeugma: Armageddon on the Euphrates?” by Mark Wilson
  • “Hezekiah, Sennacherib and Tirhaka: A Brief Rejoinder,” by William H. Shea
  • “David Rohl’s Revised Egyptian Chronology: A View from Palestine,” by Bryant Wood
  • Book Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 2001

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 87
Contents:
  • “The Old Testament as a Model for Cultural Transformation: Perspectives from Archaeology,” by Richard S. Hess
  • “Judean Jar Handles Bearing Concentric Circles,” by Chang-Ho Ji
  • “The Murder of Sennacherib and Related Issues,” by William H. Shea
  • “Could Taharqa Have Been Called to the Battle of Eltekeh? A Response to William H. Shea,” by Robert D. Bates
  • Book Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 2002

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 69
Contents:
  • “The Archaeological Geology of Cyprys and the First Missionary Journey of Acts,” by Reuben G. Bullard
  • “Ancient Babylon: From Gradual Demise to Archaeological Rediscovery,” by J. Paul Tanner
  • “Sumu-Ebuh, the Great King of Yamhad (Aleppo),” by Efrain Velazquez
  • “The Water System of Jerusalem and Its Implications for the Historicity of Joab’s Conquest,” by Terrence J. Kleven
  • Books and Periodical Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 2003

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 76
Contents:
  • “‘Come What May, I Want to Run’: Observations on Running in the Hebrew Bible,” by Larry R. Helyer
  • “Epigraphic Evidence for a Coregency between Hezekiah and Manasseh,” by William H. Shea
  • “Kemos and Moabite Religion,” by Paul J. Ray, Jr.
  • “Archibald Henry Sayce: Decipherer of Inscriptions,” by Jack P. Lewis
  • Books and Periodical Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 2004

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 71
Contents:
  • In Memoriam of W. Harold Mare
  • “The Sources of Herod’s Wealth,” by Lucas B. Kavlie
  • “The Archaeology of the Cities of Woe,” by Keith N. Schoville
  • “The Ketef Hinnom Silver Scrolls: A Suggestive Reading of Text and Artifact,” by Elias Brasil de Souza
  • Books and Periodical Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 2005

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 79
Contents:
  • “Historical Implications of the Archaeology of Southwestern Judah in the Late Eighth Century BC,” by William H. Shea
  • “Archaeology from Art: Investigating Colossae and the Miracle of the Archangel Michael at Kona,” by Andrew L. Bennett
  • “From Disparate Tribes to ‘All Israel’,” by Ralph K. Hawkins
  • Books and Periodical Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 2006

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 70
Contents:
  • “The Exploration and Excavation of Araq el-Emir,” by Nancy L. Lapp
  • “Sodom and Its Environs: Can Recent Archaeology Offer a Perspective?” by Walter E. Rast
  • “Dibon: Its Archaeological and Historical Setting in Old Testament Times,” by Paul J. Ray, Jr.
  • Books and Periodical Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 2007

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 75
Contents:
  • “‘Gnostic’ Nonliterary Remains from Late Antiquity,” by Ted Carruth
  • “Select Biblical Customs in Light of the Cultural Practices of the Rwala Bedouin Tribe,” by Boyd Seevers
  • “Worship from the Catacombs,” by Donald C. McNeeley
  • Books and Periodical Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 2008

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 78
Contents:
  • “The One True Vine: The Problem of Dionysiac Influence on Early Christianity,” by Brandon T. Walker
  • “Conrad Schick: Architect Archaeologist,” by Jack O. Lewis
  • “Israelite Expansion Process During Iron Age II: A Chalk Moat Perspective,” by Owen D. Chesnut
  • Books and Periodical Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 2009

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 57
Contents:
  • “Enoch and Canon of the Old Testament,” by James C. VanderKam
  • “‘Proclaim It Not in the Streets of Ashkelon’ (2 Samuel 1:20),” by Larry R. Helyer
  • Books and Periodical Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 2010

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 55
Contents:
  • “Akhenaten, Moses, and Monotheism,” by Edwin M. Yamauchi
  • “In Search of an Amalekite City,” by Paul Z. Gregor
  • “The LMLK Storage Jars and the Reign of Uzziah: Towards a Mid-eighth Century BC Terminus a Quo for the Royal Jars of the Kingdom of Judah,” by Jeffrey P. Hudon
  • “The Levant in Late Bronze Age II,” by Ralph K. Hawkins
  • Books and Periodical Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 2011

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 69
Contents:
  • “‘The Tale of Two Pools Archaeology and the Book of John’,” by James H. Charlesworth
  • “The Corporeality of the Genesis Imago Dei in Light of Its Ancient Near Eastern Context,” by Ronald Youngblood
  • “Solomon’s Egyptian Father-in-law: A Reassessment of Egyptian Activity Based on Recent Archaeological Discoveries,” by Steven M. Ortiz
  • Books and Periodical Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 2012

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Pages: 80
Contents:
  • “The Concept of a Suffering Messiah: Christian Invention of Jewish Conception?” by Ralph Hawkins
  • “The Influence of the Ancient Near Eastern Vassal Treaty Structure on the Hippocratic Oath,” by David E. Graves
  • Books and Periodical Reviews

The Bulletin Series of the Near East Archaeological Society: New Series, 2013

  • Publisher: NEAS
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Pages: 62
Contents:
  • “Has Radiocarbon Artificially Raised Bronze Age Dates?” by Kris J. Udd
  • “An Ibex Seal and Seal Impression from Tall Hisban,” by Jeffrey P. Hudon
  • Books and Periodical Reviews

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