"The only new FACTS about the Bible and the Biblical world are coming from the ground." - William Dever
ARTIFAX is a quarterly magazine published by the Institute for Biblical Archaeology, the Near East Archaeological Society, and SCRIBE MEDIA, containing a digest of information on the latest discoveries and developments in Biblical Archaeology and related subjects.
ARTIFAX is available by subscription at only $20.00/year or $50.00 for
(For Canada and other international subscriptions: one year is $25.00 and three years is $60.00.) You can subscribe online via Paypal by going to the official IBA ARTIFAX web page.
Or send a check made out to: The Institute for Biblical Archaeology 2175 Bicentennial Court New Brighton MN 55112
Each issue of ARTIFAX contains a digest which reviews newspaper, magazine and wire service articles dealing with Biblical Archaeology, the Ancient Near East and related religious news. ARTIFAX only reviews these articles and does not vouch for their accuracy. Because of its focus on breaking news in Biblical Archaeology, ARTIFAX is a good complement to other publications in the field. ARTIFAX also includes one or two original articles in each issue.
"I read it from front to back and I'm deeply grateful for all of your work on ARTIFAX. Four issues a year, what a wonderful treat. When it comes, go find a room in your house, lock the door and read it, uninterupted. It is just wonderful."
- Walter C. Kaiser Jr., President Emeritus and Distinguished Professor of Old Testament and Ethics at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
"I always take ARTIFAX magazine with me in Israel. Not only do I read all of the articles but I go and visit some of the sites that are mentioned while I'm there."
- Scott Stripling, Associates for Biblical Research and Houston Baptist University, director of the excavations at Khirbet el-Maqatir.
"Archaeology is the only field of science, in addition to that of experimenting on humans, that requires a license from the government...This is because archaeology must be done carefully and systematically, and can only be done once."
- Archaeologist Ronny Reich, as reported in ARTIFAX, Winter 2000.
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