Chief Judge Royce Lamberth ruled that Syria was vicariously liable for the terrorist PKK's 1991 kidnapping of a group of American biblical archaeologists leading an excavation in Turkey.
What does BA stand for?
BA stands for Biblical Archaeologist
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00 Hardcover BibleWorld BS1199 Agriculturalist, theologian, and biblical archaeologist Guillaume seeks to make biblical exegetes more familiar with ancient farming and its techniques by integrating some of the growing body of knowledge derived from economic studies of ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt.
Shimon Gibson, a Biblical archaeologist, talked about the roads coming from the east that led up to Bethlehem.
Redmount, "Ethnicity, Pottery, and the Hyksos at Tell El-Maskhuta in the Egyptian Delta," Biblical Archaeologist 58:4 (December 1995): 181-90; Philip J.
This volume contains a combination of articles previously published in two issues of the quarterly Biblical Archaeologist as well as new essays specifically written for this collection.
Shanks interviews some of the world's most prominent biblical archaeologists and scholars to discuss the discoveries that link these sites to Jesus in Christian tradition and archaeological realities.
I think this is a little myth to boost tourism," said Michel Piccirillo, a respected biblical archaeologist.
Beyond this series the author includes citations to the journals Biblical Archaeologist, Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research, Catholic Biblical Quarterly, Israel Exploration Journal, Journal of Biblical Literature, Revue biblique, and others.