Shanks was a lawyer when he launched Biblical Archaeology Review in 1975.
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BAR stands for Biblical Archaeology Review
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Avraham Biran and Joseph Aviram (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1993), 706-22; Dever, "The Death of a Discipline," Biblical Archaeology Review 21 (Sep.
Hershel Shanks Editor, Biblical Archaeology Review Biblical Archaeology Society Washington, DC 20015
This is a startling, mind-boggling inscription," said Hershel Shanks, editor of Biblical Archaeology Review, which published the findings in its November/December issue.
The program, titled ``James, the Brother of Jesus,'' will show the unearthing of the box, reported in the journal Biblical Archaeology Review, and the authentication process as well as raise questions about Jesus' family life.
The Discovery Channel program will be based on the findings reported by the bimonthly magazine, Biblical Archaeology Review (November/December 2002 issue).
Biblical Archaeology Review has cut through the confusion with a current effort worth emulating.
The quality of the photography is very high, and many of these pictures have appeared previously in the Biblical Archaeology Review.