Jenna Weissmann Joselit
By Jenna Weissmann Joselit
Fascinating Archaeological Matter Reminds Us That Archaeology Used To Matter More
A few weeks ago, the archaeological community was all abuzz at the news of an exceedingly ancient find from the Holy Land: a scrap of papyrus dating back to the seventh century BCE that referred both to a woman and to Jerusalem. Doubts about its authenticity thickened the air — the rarified air, that is,…
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