BIBL 471 – Biblical Archaeology
Liberty University StudentsYour Excavation Report is not limited to these sites. If you would like to write your papers on a site that is not listed here, please contact me for approval. The following bibliographies are provided for your convenience, however you must choose your sources wisely. A bibliography for some sites may be found here LINK. Some journal articles require EZproxy login (i.e., JSTOR, ProQuest, etc.). The student is responsible for the accuracy of the bibliographic information used. It would be to your benefit to use my Biblical Archaeology or Key Themes books that are listed under each site.
TIP: If you want the correct TURABIAN format in your paper you can copy and paste these listed sources"as is" into your Bibliography, but do not copy the hyperlinks (i.e. LINK or JSTOR buttons). To create your footnotes some changes will be required with punctuation and order of the authors name. See Turabian help LINK
INDEXBoth my books, Key Themes of the Old Testament and Key Themes of the New Testament, are full of archaeology side bars with lots of helpful information and bibliographies.
- Beersheva (Tel Beer Sheva)
- Jericho (Tell es–Sulan)
- Jerusalem_Hezekiah Tunnel
- Jerusalem_Palace of David
- Jerusalem_Pool of Siloam
- Jerusalem Temple Mount
- Jerusalem_Temple Mount Salvage Project
- Jerusalem_Warren's Gate
- Jerusalem_Western Wall
- Online Dictionaries and Encyclopedias