Archaeologists | Archaeology | Archibald H. Sayce | Hittites

Sayce’s Higher Criticism & the Monuments

Archibald Sayce [1845-1933] made significant contributions in the field of Biblical Archaeology, not least for his pioneering work on the Empire of the Hittites. Many of his books are still being reprinted today, which is probably as good an endorsement of their enduring value as you can get. Sayce also contributed a biblical archaeology column in the…

Archaeology | Assyria | Babylon | Hittites

Discoveries in Babylonia (1909)

The following Public Domain article is now available on-line in PDF. Theophilus G. Pinches [1856-1934], “Discoveries in Babylonia and the Neighbouring Lands,” Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute 41 (1909): 99-122. Discoveries in Babylonia and the Neighbouring Lands Gradually, but surely and ever more speedily, Assyriology is becoming the most important study in the domain…

Canaan | Hittites | Schweich Lectures

Three More Schweich Lectures on-line

The Tribute of Jehu as Represented on the Black Obelisk, [Driver (1909), facing p.17.] The following public domain Schweich Lectures are now available on-line in PDF: S R Driver [1846-1914], Modern Research as illustrating the Bible. The Schweich Lectures 1908. London: Oxford University Press, 1909. Hbk. pp. 95. George Adam Smith [1856-1942], The Early Poetry…