Biblical Archaeology Society


The Biblical Archaeology Society was founded in 1974 as a nonprofit, nondenominational, charitable organization dedicated to education and to dissemination of information about archaeology in the Bible lands.

The Society publishes Biblical Archaeology Review, the largest paid circulation archaeology magazine in the world. A sister publication, Bible Review, was launched in 1985 to offer critical and historical interpretations of biblical texts. Archaeology Odyssey is their newest publication. With a wider focus than BAR, it covers archaeology and history from Spain to Persia, exploring the sources of Western Civilization. To stay well informed of current thinking and events in Biblical archaeology, it is essential that you have a subscription to the Biblical Archaeology Review magazine.

More information on each magazine is available on their web site:
Biblical Archaeology Review | ReviewBible Review | Archaeology Odyssey


Biblical Archaeology Society Offical Web Site
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BAS offers some of the best archaeological and Holy Land publications and replicas. BAS also produces a variety of books, slides, videos, posters and other materials suitable for individual and classroom use. Bible students, history buffs, professors, clergy and lay leaders have found BAS materials valuable, while librarians have selected our reference volumes for their collections. Furthermore, several BAS titles have been chosen as texts at major American universities, such as Harvard, Brown and Johns Hopkins.

In addition, the Society organizes Travel/Study Tours and Seminars on the Bible and archaeology, arranging for prominent scholars to address audiences of students, clergy and lay persons. Participants enjoy lectures, discussions, field trips, and free time in beautiful surroundings at home and abroad, while earning Continuing Education Units.

If you would like further information regarding their organization, you can contact them at:

4710 41ST Street, NW
Washington D.C. 20016

Telephone: 202-364-3300
Fax: 202-364-2636


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