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Welcome to the February issue of Ancient News.

The latest 10-day sale features titles in the Studies in the Reception History of the Bible series at 40–50% off. I’ve listed some of the titles below, but take time to visit the sale page to see them all. The sale ends February 23rd, so hurry.

Robert Miller will be giving a lecture on his latest book, Baal, St. George, and Khidr on February 27 at Catholic University of America. For more details, see below, under upcoming events and exhibits. Get the book before and read it (it’s a fun little book). Use coupon code NR18 for 30% off.

The latest research of our acquisitions editor, Jen Singletary, gets a mention in the most recent issue of Archaeology. Seems academic rivalry has a long history! Read the full article in the print version.

We have three titles that will be appearing very soon. I’ve listed them below, along with a recent release. Use coupon code NR18 to receive 30% off. This month’s releases are heavy on archaeology, but we have some great titles in the ANE and biblical studies coming. You won’t want to miss any of them; update your subscription preferences to the series and areas that interest you.

I ran across one review of an Eisenbrauns book this month. I’ve included an excerpt of the review below. Use coupon code NR18 for 30% off. If you happen across a review of an Eisenbrauns book, please let me know about it via email!

Rounding out this month’s Ancient News is a pair of PSU Press books that you might find interesting. One is a 20th anniversary edition of the definitive book on the Quakers in England that you might find interesting; the other, well, take a look for yourself. Use coupon code NR18 to receive 30% off.


10-day sale

30–40–50% off SRB titles!

View all the titles here

new eisenbrauns books

upcoming exhibits & events

FEBRUARY Lecture on
Baal, St. George, and Khidr

by Robert D. Miller II
CUA, Happel Room
5:00–6:00 PM
MARCH World Christianity Conference
Princeton Theological Seminary
MARCH American Oriental

230th Meeting

awards & reviews

History and Hope

The Agrarian Wisdom of Isaiah 28–35

“Certainly an enriching reading, which shows once again how the book of Isaiah presents a mine of images and metaphors closely connected with the cultural fabric of the various historical moments in which the book itself was produced, redacted, and reviewed.”—Guido Benzi, Università Ponti cia Salesiana, in Rivista Biblica, 67.3 (2019): 492.

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