Time to take a break for just a minute from posting stale, old content to turn instead to more recent happenings. Mark Goodacre, whose NT Gateway and NT Blog have always been such valuable resources, tweeted yesterday about a book on Bloomsbury that will be out soon called Rediscovering the Marys: Maria, Mariamne, Miriam, edited by Mary Ann Beavis and Ally Kateusz.
Archived from The Magdalene Review on Thursday 22 December 2005
The Da Vinci Code is featured in this week’s issue of Newsweek. The article revolves around how those involved with the film feel about the story as well as their roles in the movie. Some interesting tidbits about the business of DVC are revealed, such as how the film rights were captured by Sony, how the actors and directors came to be involved, and how sets were handled on location. (The real Mona Lisa, relegated to a storage closet!?) Read more
Archived from The Magdalene Review on Wednesday 30 November 2005
This exciting news is something I picked up from Terje Bergesen’s blog.
by Nevine El-Aref
In Al-Gurna where several excavation missions are probing for more Ancient Egyptian treasures under the sand, a team from the Polish Centre for Mediterranean Archaeology has stumbled on a major Coptic trove buried under the remains of a sixth-century monastery located in front of a Middle Kingdom tomb.
This was reported by Al-Ahram Weekly On-line (Cairo) back in February. Read more