#1626

2018-08-23

Carbon 14 Dating + Sepphoris and Tiberias

With Clyde Billington

Reviewing more reports from the summer issue of ARTIFAX magazine, we discuss research into the accuracy of Carbon-14 dating, and significant questions that have been raised. We also discuss the discovery of an underground winepress at Sepphoris and a Jewish burial cave from Tiberias, the two cities thata served as the capitals of the Galilee during the time of Jesus. And finally, brief mentions of a report that the government of Israel is going to invest $140 million in archaeology to benefit tourism, and an archaeological fraternity has been formed at George Washington University.

tags: Sepphoris winepress Carbon 14 Tiberias archaeological fraternity

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#1579

2017-07-19

Shroud of Turin Research

With Scott Stripling

Shiloh excavation director Scott Stripling, featured in our last two programs, also participated in a research project for the Shroud of Turin during a trip to Israel several months ago. The project involved limestone particles that have been found on the shroud, and a visit to the underground tombs at the Ecole Biblique, which are adjacent to the Garden Tomb.

tags: Tombs Shroud of Turin Ecole Biblique Garden Tomb Tombs. Edit. Ecole Biblique

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#1433

2014-06-17

Khirbet el-Maqatir, 2014, part 2

With Scott Stripling

More on the 2014 excavations at this site, 9 miles north of Jerusalem, including evidence for the Bronze Age city of Ai, as well as more information about the underground chambers.

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#1430

2014-05-28

The City of David

With Todd Bolen

The City of David area of Jerusalem has become must see territory for Christian pilgrims in recent years, following all of the recent archaeology that has been done there. In addition, a lot of work has been done to make the finds easily accessible to visitors.A lot of what can be seen there is underground.

tags: Hezekiah's Tunnel Warren's Shaft Pool of Siloam

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#1299

2011-10-20

Israel Underground

With Prof. Keith Schoville

More underground archaeology in Israel, and the discovery of a 2,000-year old Roman sword in a Jerusalem drainage tunnel.

tags: underground Beit Guvrin Roman Sword

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