Societies and centers relating to the study
of the Bible and the Ancient Near East (Selection)Ò
Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Hebrew University
The Orion Center was established in 1995 as part of the Institute
for Jewish Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The web
site provides many resources for the study of the Scrolls, as well
as information about the Center's activities and programs.
The Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University
biblique et archeologique francaise de Jerusalem
The Ecole biblique et archeologique francaise de Jerusalem
publishes the series etudes Bibliques (1900-), and the periodical
Revue Biblique (1892-). Accumulation of knowledge was put at the
service of the first modern translation of the Bible (1956), which
because it originated at the Ecole Biblique became known as the
The Biblical Archaeology Society publishes the Bible Review and
the Biblical Aechaeology Review.
The Palestine Exploration Fund is engaed with the archaeology,
history and geography of the Levant. Publishes: The Palestine Exploration
Society of Biblical Literature
The Society of Biblical Literature publishes: Journal
of Biblical Literature, Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion,
Semeia: Archive Only, Review of Biblical Literature.
Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
publishes Abzu (Internet Resources on the Ancient Near East), Research
Archives On-Line Catalog, Recommended reading on the Ancient Near
East, ANE – Electronic Discussion List and Electronic Publications
Schools of Oriental Research
The American Schools of Oriental Research publishes:
Basor (Bulletin of Asor), NEA (Near Eastern Archaeology) and JCS
(Journal of Cuneiform Studies).
Israel Society For Assyriology and Ancient Near Eastern Studies
The aims of the Israel Society For Assyriology and
Ancient Near Eastern Studies are to develop and promote scientific
research and academic teaching in all areas of Assyriology and Ancient
Near Eastern Studies in Israel.
Association for Assyriology (IAA)
The aim of the International Association for Assyriology
(IAA) is to serve as a platform for scholars working in Cuneiform
Studies, and Near Eastern Archaeology.
website - Leiden University - Assyriology
The site lists institutions working in the field of Cuneiform Studies
(Assyriology, Hittitology, Ugaritology) and Near Eastern Archeology.
Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project
The aim of the Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project is
to collect all published and unpublished Neo-Assyrian texts into
an electronic database.
Societies and Electronic Journals and On-line Discussion Groups
Relating to the Ancient Mediterranean
Links to Societies, Electronic Journals and On-line
Discussion Groups focusing on the Ancient Near East, compiled by
K. C. Hanson.