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Statement from the Badè Museum on the Conflict in Israel and Gaza

As a museum dedicated to advancing knowledge of the archaeology of ancient Israel and Palestine, the Badè Museum of Biblical Archaeology mourns the loss of life in modern Israel and Gaza and grieves for families experiencing terror, loss of life, and displacement throughout the region.

New Spanish-language Web Exhibit from the Badè Museum

The Badè Museum is proud to announce the debut of a Spanish-language web exhibition, “La vida diaria en una aldea antigua de Judea.” This exhibition is a companion to the museum’s “Daily Life in an Ancient Judean Town” virtual exhibit. This exhibit is accessible for all ages and serves as a remote-teaching resource for classes…

Badè Museum launches 2021-2022 lecture series: “Unsilencing the Archives”

Unsilencing the Archives: Laborers at Tell en-Nasbeh (1926-1935) Join us for an exciting program of public events in 2021-2022 that draw on themes of the Badè Museum’s new virtual exhibition: “Unsilencing the Archives: Laborers at the Tell en-Nasbeh Excavations (1926-1935).” Click here to view the  exhibition opening held on September 22, 2021 to learn more about…

New Web Exhibit from the Badè Museum: “Unsilencing the Archives: The Laborers of the Tell en-Nasbeh Excavations (1926-1935)”

The Badè Museum is proud to announce the debut of new open-access web exhibition, “Unsilencing the Archives: The Laborers of the Tell en-Nasbeh Excavations (1926-1935).” The exhibit showcases unpublished archival documents, photographs, and film held by the Badè Museum that illustrate the untold stories of local laborers, landowners, and Egyptian foremen who contributed to the…

Bade Museum Curator featured in Biblical Archaeology Review magazine

The Fall 2021 issue of Biblical Archaeology Review (47:3) features an interview with Bade Museum curator Dr. Melissa Cradic. In it, she discusses recent outreach, public programming, and social justice initiatives at the museum, including an upcoming web exhibit entitled, “Unsilencing the Archives: Laborers at Tell en-Nasbeh (1926-1935).” The  exhibit showcases archival documents, photographs, and…

Badè Museum Staff Win Grant to Develop Digital Archives and Exhibit

Badè Museum Staff Awarded Grant from Palestine Exploration Fund The Badè Museum of Biblical Archaeology proudly announces that the Palestine Exploration Fund, a London-based society devoted to study of the Levant, has awarded its 2021 Annual Grant to Dr. Melissa Cradic (Curator) and Samuel Pfister (Collections Manager). The grant supports digital cataloging and exhibition projects…

New Virtual Exhibition from the Badè Museum: Isfahani Architecture

The Badè Museum has launched a second virtual exhibition, titled “Isfahani Architecture: Modeling Beauty in Diversity.” The exhibit features a breathtaking collection of photographs of historical mosques and palaces from Isfahan, Iran created by Bay Area artist Saïd Nuseibeh. This exhibition originally debuted as a gallery exhibit in Holbrook Hall in Fall 2019 and was…

Bade Museum Staff Collaborate on New Biblical Archaeology Youtube Series

Bade Museum Director Aaron Brody and Curator Melissa Cradic collaborated on an exciting new YouTube series that premiered this week! “Excavating the History of the Bible” (15 episodes) is sponsored by Patheos and produced by Andrew Henry, Ph.D., host of the “Religion for Breakfast” Youtube channel. Episodes will debut weekly. Check them out here: https://youtu.be/4fyI1XOselI