MEMORIES OF JERUSALEM (PART 3)

Last Friday, March 6th, the École Biblique was in the spotlight at the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres: the colloquium “Le goût de l’Orient” brought together […]

MEMORIES OF JERUSALEM (PART 2)

Last Friday, March 6th, the École Biblique was in the spotlight at the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres: the colloquium “Le goût de l’Orient” brought together […]

Memories of Jerusalem (part 1)

Last Friday, March 6th, the École Biblique was in the spotlight at the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres: the colloquium “Le goût de l’Orient” brought […]

SCIENTIFIC EDITIONS IN PROGRESS

The edition of the Passion according to Saint Matthew (Mt 26-28) nearly finished The Jerusalemite offices of the Bible in its Traditions are bubbling of […]

The Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission visits the École biblique

The École biblique has been honoured by the visit of the Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC) on May 14th during its meeting which is […]

Jerusalem Summer School – The Temple(s) of Jerusalem – June 24-28, 2019

The progressive emergence of Jewish monotheism is deeply rooted in Ancient Near Eastern patterns of worship, while recent scholarship has stressed how the Bible’s strident rhetoric […]

Jerusalem Summer School – The Temple(s) of Jerusalem – June 24-28, 2019

The progressive emergence of Jewish monotheism is deeply rooted in Ancient Near Eastern patterns of worship, while recent scholarship has stressed how the Bible’s strident rhetoric […]

Copier l’édicule du Saint-Sépulcre

Lors de la Conférence du jeudi du 12 octobre 2017, l’École biblique et archéologique a accueilli Charles-Édouard Guilbert-Roed. Un sujet d’intervention passionnant : “Copier l’édicule du Saint-Sépulcre, quand pratiques religieuses et […]