In a commemoration of the scholarship of Ehud Netzer, Biblical Archaeology Society has made a special collection of his groundbreaking scholarship from the BAS Library available for free. This collection includes the posthumously published “In Search of Herod’s Tomb,” a piece that sits at the heart of the Israel Museum exhibit Herod the Great—The King’s Final Journey.
BAS Publications by Herodian Scholar and Archaeologist Ehud Netzer
In Search of Herod’s Tomb
A New Reconstruction of Paul’s Prison
Floating in the Desert
Uncovering Herod’s Seaside Palace
New Mosaic Art from Sepphoris
The Last Days and Hours at Masada Found at Dan
Jewish Rebels Dig Strategic Tunnel System
Herod’s Family Tomb in Jerusalem
BAR Readers Restore and Preserve Herodian Jericho
That’s loads of good stuff. Kudos to BAR for making it available.
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