Biblisches Forum 1/99 "Texte und Steine", "Bibelwissenschaft und Palästinaarchäologie"
BIBARCH The Premier Biblical Archaeology Website [ V - 2002 ]
John R. Abercrombie ( Brandeis University ) Archaeology of Egypt and Canaan in Ancient Times
Ancient Shikhin (Israel)
Ausgrabungen der Hebrew University Jerusalem in Israel
Ausgrabungsprojekt Caesarea Maritima, Israel
UC Berkeley Tel Dor Archaeological Expedition Home Page
Arch?ologische Ausgrabung "Tel Dor"
Jerusalem und das antike Sanit?rwesen
Monastery on the Mount of Aaron
Grabung Tell Chuera, Syrien
Israel Museum Jerusalem
Holy Land Info
[ IX - 2002 ]:
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVE FOR ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE MIDDLE EAST PATRON: HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS CROWN PRINCE HASSAN BIN TALAL
AIR PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVE FOR JORDAN Professor David Kennedy, Dept. of Classics and Ancient History, University of Western Australia
ZEUGMA The Gharandal Archaeological Project South Jordan
Journal of Hebrew Scriptures - Volume 4: Article 5 (2003)
Raz Kletter, A Very General Archaeologist - Moshe Dayan and Israeli Archaeology [ VII - 2003 ]
EDWIN M. YAMAUCHI, The Proofs, Problems, and Promises of Biblical Archaeology [ VII - 2003 ]
From: JASA 36 (September 1984): 129-138.
"The value of archaeology in "proving" the Bible has some times been overpressed by popularizers, and on the other hand been denied by critics. A survey Of recent developments demonstrates that in some cases archaeology does confirm biblical passages which were questioned, but that in other cases it presents problems which are not easily resolved at present. In any case, the main contribution Of archaeology consists in providing us with the data to reconstruct the setting of the events in biblical history".
Andrew G. Vaughn, Whatís a Bible Scholar to Do? . . . When Archaeologists Canít Agree Newsletter [ VII - 2003 ]