Doctorate of Philosophy – Biblical Archaeology I

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Biblical Archaeology I provides a unique opportunity to explore the intersections of archaeology, history, and religious studies, offering students a comprehensive foundation for further academic pursuits or a lifelong appreciation for the intriguing connections between the biblical narrative and the tangible remnants of the past. Join us on this intellectual adventure as we unearth the treasures of Bible lands and connect the dots between scripture and the archaeological record.

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Course Title: Biblical Archaeology I

Course Description:
Embark on a captivating journey through the sands of time as we delve into the fascinating realm of Biblical Archaeology I. This course offers a comprehensive exploration of archaeological excavations in the lands of the Bible, unraveling the mysteries and unveiling the treasures that connect ancient civilizations with the sacred texts.

Our archaeological odyssey begins with iconic discoveries, ranging from the opulent splendors of Tutankhamen’s Tomb to the grandeur of the store-city of Pharaoh and the enduring legacy of Ramses II. Students will encounter the significance of King Hammurabi’s law-code and witness the monumental evidence of the Walls of Jericho, Solomon’s architectural marvels, and the engineering brilliance of King Hezekiah’s Tunnel.

Traversing through the annals of history, the course sheds light on the powerful reigns of Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon and Alexander of Macedon. Exploring the hidden city of Petra, students will unravel the secrets beneath the rose-red cliffs. The enigmatic Dead Sea Scrolls will be examined, offering a glimpse into ancient texts that have withstood the test of time.

Through engaging lectures, hands-on experiences, and interactive discussions, students will develop a nuanced understanding of the archaeological methods employed in uncovering these historical marvels. The course seeks to bridge the gap between ancient civilizations and the narratives found in the Bible, fostering a deeper appreciation for the rich tapestry of human history.

Biblical Archaeology I provides a unique opportunity to explore the intersections of archaeology, history, and religious studies, offering students a comprehensive foundation for further academic pursuits or a lifelong appreciation for the intriguing connections between the biblical narrative and the tangible remnants of the past. Join us on this intellectual adventure as we unearth the treasures of Bible lands and connect the dots between scripture and the archaeological record.

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