JERUSALEM (RNS) — An architectural dig looking for Dead Sea Scrolls in the Qumran region has sparked a debate over ownership of artifacts from Israel's past.
(RNS) — This is not the first time the museum has faced questions about the problematic origins of some of its antiquities.
(RNS) — 'Biblical Manuscripts dating back to at least 200 BC, are for sale,' read a small ad in The Wall Street Journal, seven years after the discovery of the scrolls.
JERUSALEM (RNS) Some scholars question the document's provenance.
(RNS) The latest episode of "Dig" on the USA Network serves up a heady cocktail of trapdoors, secret chambers and mysterious torch-lit beach rituals.
(RNS) What do you get when you combine end-of-the-world scenarios with biblical archaeology in a television action series? "Dig" continues to mix fact and fiction.
(RNS) Biblical breastplates, menacing nuns and an apocalyptic Jewish sect. What is behind all that religious jazz in the second episode of “Dig," which aired Thursday (March 12) on the USA Network?