Audio enhanced virtual exhibit
tracing Israel's history from David to the post-2nd temple era through images
of key artifacts & documents such as the
inscription on a stele from Tel Dan,
Uzziah's epitaph, the
scroll from Qumran, & the ossuaries of
man [Canadian Museum of Civilization & the Israel Museum].
Homepage of the publishers of
Archaeological Review which features articles on discoveries & debates on the ancient eastern Mediterranean world, many
Selections from high-quality slide collection
of sites, people, lifestyle & artifacts by Israeli photographer Zev
PBS' Nova offers an
adventure exploring ancient Egypt with
360° photos. Features the story
of the pyramids & panoramic vistas
of the sphinx,
pyramid of Khufu, great
court & the temple
of Rameses III at Karnak, an obelisk
at Luxor & the tomb
of Akhenaton's grand vizier Ramose. Complete with
resources for teachers.
From U of Chicago's electronic open stacks: an
illustrated facsimile edition of report by G. Dalman & D. Mackenzie on
monuments at Amman,
at Ain Shems, & the
treasury at Petra.
Tel Aviv U's on-going excavation of
the ancient Canaanite and Israelite tel presents
historical background & images from the 2018 season.
Donald D. Binder's hypertext version of his
is supplemented with a lavish image
gallery & a literary
archive of references to synagogues in
Roman Palestine, along with a massive library
of NT resources & a discussion
board for on-line debate about research
on the development of the Jewish synagogue.
Jay Treat's virtual tour of the first
Egyptian tomb built entirely of stone.
Lambert Dolphin provides detailed historical
background papers on Mount Moriah to support Israeli architect, Tuvia Sagiv's
research locating the first & second temples between the al-Aqsa mosque
& the Dome of the Rock (complete with photographs & maps).
Video describing Leonard Wooley's 1922
excavations at Ur features historic photos of the site & dig and a detailed
analysis of objects found in the tomb of Queen Puabi [produced by the
St. Louis Museum for the traveling exhibit of artifacts from the U of
Pennsylvania; archived by
Ancient History Encyclopedia].