11. Archaeology, paleography, Dead Sea scrolls, chronology

Ancient Texts Relating to the Bible (West Semitic Research Project, see page 3). http://www.usc.edu/dept/LAS/wsrp/educational_site/ancient_texts/.— With reproductions of inscriptions. [Last visited 01.11.2011]

Archeological Excavations in Israel (Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs). http://www.mfa.gov.il/.— List of archaeological expeditions which accept volunteers, compiled by the Israel Foreign Ministry. After entering the website, follow the links: History of Israel > Early History/Archeology. [Last visited 01.11.2011]

Archaelogical Excavations Relating to Jewish History (The Dinur Center for Research in Jewish History, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem). http://jewishhistory.huji.ac.il/links/Archaeology.htm. [Last visited 01.11.2011]

The Bible and Interpretation (Mark Elliott, and Pat Landy, Laramie County Community College, Wyoming). http://www.bibleinterp.com/.— ‘Dedicated to delivering the latest news, features, editorials, commentary, archaeological interpretation and excavations relevant to the study of the Bible for the public and biblical scholars.’ [Last visited 01.11.2011]

The Biblical Archeology Society (Washington). http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/. [Last visited 01.11.2011]

Calendar (HaReshima). http://www.hareshima.com/Resources/calendar.asp.— Links to websites on the Hebrew calendar, in the website HaReshima (see page 2). [Last visited 03.02.2005]

DeadSeaScrolls.Org (Peter Flint, Canada Research Chair in Dead Sea Scrolls Studies). http://www.deadseascrolls.org/.— Site dedicated to the study of the The Dead Sea Scrolls. [Last visited 07.01.2012]

NEW! The Digital Dead Sea Scrolls (The Israel Museum, Jerusalem). http://dss.collections.imj.org.il/.— The Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Project allows users “to examine and explore the most ancient manuscripts from Second Temple times at a level of detail never before possible. Developed in partnership with Google, the new website gives users access to searchable, fast-loading, high-resolution images of the scrolls, as well as short explanatory videos and background information on the texts and their history. […] Five complete scrolls from the Israel Museum have been digitized for the project at this stage.” [Last visited 07.01.2012]

The Dinur Center for Research in Jewish History (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem). http://www.dinur.org/resources/. [Last visited 01.11.2011]

Evolution of Alphabets (Robert Fradkin, University of Maryland). http://www.wam.umd.edu/~rfradkin/alphapage.html. [Last visited 01.11.2011]

Great Isaiah Scroll (Fred P. Miller, inside the website of MoellerHaus Publisher). http://www.ao.net/~fmoeller/qumdir.htm.— Facsimile, translation and commentaries. [Last visited 01.11.2011]

An Index of Archeologichal Sites in Israel (Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs). http://www.mfa.gov.il/.— After entering the website, follow the links: History of Israel > Early History/Archeology. [Last visited 01.11.2011]

InscriptiFact. An Image Datafase of Inscriptions and Artifacts (University of Southern California; West Semiic Research). http://www.inscriptifact.com/. — ‘A database designed to allow access via the Internet to high-resolution images of ancient inscriptions from the Near Eastern and Mediterranean Worlds.’ [Last visited 02.11.2011]

Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine (Michael L. Satlow, Scholarly Technology Group, Brown University). http://www.stg.brown.edu/projects/Inscriptions/.— This ‘project seeks to build an internet-accessible database of published inscriptions from Israel/Palestine that date between ca. 500 BCE and 614 C’. [Last visited 01.11.2011]

The So-Called ‘Jehoash Inscription’ (Associazione Orientalisti). http://www.orientalisti.net/contributipubblicazioni/ioash. [Last visited 01.11.2011]

The Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology (University of Memphis). http://www.memphis.edu/egypt/. [Last visited 02.11.2011]

K. C. Hanson's Collection of West Semitic Documents (Eugene, Oreg.). http://www.kchanson.com/ancdocs/westsem/westsem.html. [Last visited 02.11.2011]

Kakuach. Hebrew Date Converter. . http://www.kaluach.org/. [Last visited 02.11.2011]

Links to Ancient Near Eastern Web Sites (Gary Greenberg). http://ggreenberg.tripod.com/ancientne/links.html. [Last visited 02.11.2011]

The Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature (Hebrew University, Jerusalem). http://orion.mscc.huji.ac.il/. [Last visited 02.11.2011]

The Sacred Calendar of the God of Israel (David B Loughran, Stewarton Bible School, Stewarton, Scotland). http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/sbs777/saccal/calbook/. [Last visited 01.11.2011]

Two Jewish Calendars (Alan D. Corré, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee). https://pantherfile.uwm.edu/corre/www/calendars.html. [Last visited 01.11.2011]

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