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See all Media Biblical Archaeology Society Staff The exhibit Ancient Mediterranean Cultures in Contact at the Field Museum in Chicago showcases nearly 100 objects from the museum’s ancient Egyptian, Roman, Greek, and Etruscan collections.
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This temple was dedicated to Haldi, who was the supreme god of the kingdom of Urartu.Archaeologists believe they have located remains of the elusive Third Wall of Jerusalem described by ancient historian Josephus.According to Josephus, Jewish rebels completed this wall leading up to the First Jewish Revolt against the Romans.brings together the exciting worlds of archaeology and the Bible!The temple's location has long been a mystery, one that may be solved by the discovery of these column bases.Several life-sized human statues have also been discovered in Kurdistan.In this photo the stone with the measuring stick on it is actually the torso of a life-size human statue.