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Free Archeology Course 001

Free Archeology Course 001 (Introduction To Archeology) Archaeology is the science that studies human cultures through the recovery, documentation, analysis and interpretation of material remains and environmental data, including architecture, artifacts, features, biofacts, and landscapes. Because archaeology's aim is to understand mankind, it is a humanistic endeavor. Archaeology: An Introduction History of archaeology Sub-disciplines of Archeology … [Read More...]

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Archeology, Free Course 2

Archeology Free Course 2, Methods of Archaeology Over the last two centuries, archeology has developed from the mere collection of artifacts to a highly sophisticated discipline. We outline the methods of modern archeology in this course. Archeology Free Course2 , Lesson 1: Archaeological field survey Archeology Free Course2 , Lesson 2: Excavation Archeology Free Course2 , Lesson 3: Excavation in Practice Archeology Free Course2 , Lesson 4: Post … [Read More...]

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Archeology Free Course 3

Finding the date of an archeological artifact plays an unusually significant role in Archeological reconstruction of history. The dating part of Archaeological science (also known as archaeometry) consists of the application of scientific techniques and methodologies to archaeology. Correct dating helps in reconstruction of correct history and chronology. It also helps in identifying fakes and forgeries which are often not able to give the dates that are expected of genuine artifacts. The … [Read More...]

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Archeology, Free Course 4

Archaeological theory covers the debates over the practice of archaeology and the interpretation of archaeological results. There is no single theory of archaeology, and even definitions are disputed. Until the mid-20th century and the introduction of technology, there was a general consensus that archaeology was closely related to both history and anthropology. Since then, elements of other disciplines such as geology, physics, chemistry, biology, metallurgy, engineering, medicine, etc, have … [Read More...]

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Graduate Course

We are confident that you enjoyed studying the free courses on this website. These are non-degree or non-graduate courses for your personal enrichment. However, if you are interested in graduate level programs, we have a number of them. We offer distance programs at bachelors, masters and doctoral level. There is NO tuition fees for any of these programs. Students from developed countries pay a small one-time graduation fees (for these 30 to 60 credit courses) that is less than what they … [Read More...]



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Biblical Archeology, Free Course 001

Archeology is the science that studies the past with the help of tangible materials from past civilizations that can be discovered today. Though the systematized form of this science is less than 200 years old, it was long in making through activities that were not exactly meant to develop this branch of science. It would be interesting to examine how it all came to be throughout fits and starts. Biblical Archeology is that branch of General Archeology that deals with all aspects of … [Read More...]

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Biblical Archeology, Free Course 2

Biblical archaeology is the archaeology that relates to, and sheds light upon, the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament. It was given its theoretical framework, and enjoyed its most influential period, in the early to mid 20th century through the influence of William F. Albright; the American "biblical archaeology" school which he founded had a profound influence on both biblical scholarship and evangelical theology of the time, cementing the view that archaeology had demonstrated … [Read More...]

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Biblical Archeology, Free Course 3

Archeology depends upon artifacts discovered from the ancient worlds for its task of reconstruction. It must never be forgotten that "reconstruction" is needed because in the present one know either very little, or even nothing at all, about the details of the ancient civilizations that one wishes to study. This was more so in the early stages of archeology when almost nothing was known about the ancient civilization, except what was known from the Bible or from secondary sources. … [Read More...]

Biblical Archeology, Free Course 4

Inscriptions 2: while it is useful to discover artifacts, greater still is the discovery of inscriptions because they furnish information in a special way. We continue to study archeological inscriptions that we started in the previous course. Lesson 01: The Mesha Stele (Moabite Stone) Lesson 02: Merneptah Stele Lesson 03: Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III Lesson 04: Ekron Inscription Lesson 05: Cylinder of Nabonidus About These Free Biblical Archeology Courses These … [Read More...]

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We are confident that you enjoyed studying the free courses on this website. These are non-degree or non-graduate courses for your personal enrichment. However, if you are interested in graduate level programs, we have a number of them. We offer distance programs at bachelors, masters and doctoral level. There is NO tuition fees for any of these programs. Students from developed countries pay a small one-time graduation fees (for these 30 to 60 credit courses) that is less than what they … [Read More...]


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Bible and Archeology

Archaeology is a fast-growing science  which aims at studying the history and sociology of man in the past. This is done by uncovering remains of ancient buildings, art, inscriptions, and any … [Read More...]

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So you want to be the next Christian writer? Or you have been toying with the idea of writing? Congratulations! You are in good company! Christian communicators always used to be writaholics -- that also in generations when writing tools were not abundant. The Church Father alone wrote so much, … [Read More...]

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Biblical Archeology, Free Course 5

Biblical Archeology, Free Course 5 Important Inscriptions (Contdā€¦) Inscriptions 3: While it is useful to discover artifacts, greater still is the discovery of inscriptions because they furnish information in a special way. We continue to study archeological inscriptions that we started in the previous course. As we said before, one good inscription is often better than a thousand artifacts because artifacts need interpretation before they can be assimilated into the history of that … [Read More...]

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We are confident that you enjoyed studying the free courses on this website. These are non-degree or non-graduate courses for your personal enrichment. However, if you are interested in graduate level programs, we have a number of them. We offer distance programs at bachelors, masters and doctoral level. There is NO tuition fees for any of these programs. Students from developed countries pay a small one-time graduation fees (for these 30 to 60 credit courses) that is less than what they … [Read More...]