1034-1035 The New BAR
Biblical Archaeology Review has a new look, in part due to the consolidation of two affiliated magazines (Bible Review and Archaeology Odyssey). So with these programs we take an in-depth look at the February-March issue of Biblical Archaeology Review, which has a number of interesting stories ranging from the excavations at Hazor to the Onomasticon of Eusebius.
In the early days of THE BOOK & THE SPADE, before the internet, the bi-monthly issues of Biblical Archaeology Review and the international edition of The Jerusalem Post were major sources of information for our program. Both publications are still sources of great reporting on Biblical Archaeology.