Monthly Archives: November 2012

City of Gold: Tomb and Temple in Ancient Cyprus

The Princeton Museum of Art is hosting an exhibit that explores the history and archaeology of Polis-Chrysochous¬†(Marion-Arsinoe in antiquity), in northwest Cyprus, which runs until January 20. Here’s a quick run down from the website: This exhibition explores the history … Continue reading

Posted in Cyprus, Museum Exhibits, Polis Chrysochous | Leave a comment

The Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Ancient Times

Directly related to the podcasts I mentioned yesterday: The Cincinnati Museum Center is hosting an exhibit on the Dead Sea Scrolls to run from November 16 until mid-April 2013. Here’s the run down: In 1947, a shepherd stumbled upon a … Continue reading

Posted in Dead Sea Scrolls, Museum Exhibits | Leave a comment

Some New Podcasts about the Dead Sea Scrolls

We here at Mediterranean Palimpsest have been pretty lax about updating this blog over the last few months. Dissertations will do that. But with such things behind us, and a renewed freedom to speak in the first person plural, it’s … Continue reading

Posted in Dead Sea Scrolls, UC Podcasts | Leave a comment