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So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works. The first cover of Archaeology Odyssey , for the Winter issue. In , he launched Archaeology Odyssey , which dealt with Classical archaeology.

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The most famous example of this was the James Ossuary —an unprovenanced artifact that BAR first published in He felt this was an issue for the academy, not the courthouse. Hershel rarely takes sides. However, on the issue of the James Ossuary, he feels the inscription is authentic, and he has told BAR readers exactly why. By the time I returned, in , the magazine world looked very different. There was a computer on every desk; preparing film for the printer with amberlith and X-ACTO knives was a thing of the past.

Everything was digitized. Email had become the preferred way of communicating, and the internet was dominating. The Biblical Archaeology Society had a primitive website dating from and had just finished digitizing all its issues into an archive. But BAS was in crisis! The entire magazine world was in turmoil.

Changes needed to be made.

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Prevailing wisdom in the industry said that magazines would be gone in three to five years. It became evident that the web needed to be incorporated more completely into the equation both as a method of delivery and as a purveyor of information. Hershel Shanks stands upon ruins in Israel. Susan Laden visits the tomb of Obadiah Bertinoro in Israel.

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In , we launched our new site biblicalarchaeology. All of our offerings are now mobile-friendly. However, as important as the web has become, niche publications like BAR can still have a successful print presence. The predicted doomsday of print magazines did not come to pass. Hershel Shanks and Sue Laden in Jerusalem.

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Photo: Garo Nalbandian. BAR remains the vibrant magazine it has always been from its very first issue in And we are now in a position to be open to new initiatives. A video streaming site is nearing completion, and there are other ventures waiting in line. Through it all, BAR has stayed true to its core mission and will continue to do so. In , after 43 years of editing Biblical Archaeology Review , our founder and Editor Hershel Shanks, at 87 years old, retired. We feel very fortunate to have him along with our marvelous staff to take us bravely into the future. Hershel, now as Editor Emeritus, will have a column in the magazine when he wants and will continue to make many contributions to the society.

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In addition to the print magazine, BAR can now be viewed digitally on computers, tablets, and smartphones. There have been many highs and some lows. Thank you for your contributions. It has been a lot of fun to build a high-quality and sustainable organization with you. Working with Hershel all these years has been particularly meaningful for me. I have had the opportunity to learn much about our subject matter and about the business of running an organization. What is especially precious to me is what Hershel has helped me learn about myself and, yes, how to deal with difficult people.

See Martin Abegg, Jr. See William G. I enjoyed this historical review of the BAR founding and development tremendously. Thank you so much. Your email address will not be published. By submitting above, you agree to our privacy policy. Combine a one-year tablet and print subscription to BAR with membership in the BAS Library to start your journey into the ancient past today!

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