Palestine Exploration Quarterly

Palestine Exploration Quarterly (PEQ) is the peer-reviewed journal of the Palestine Exploration Fund, which was established in 1865 as the first scholarly society dedicated to the scientific study of what was then generally known as the Holy Land. In 1869, the Fund through its Palestine Exploration Fund Quarterly Statement aimed to illuminate the Bible for its readers with scholarly information about the land of the Bible.

PEQ is the Statement's successor and while it remains true to its original brief, it has greatly widened its scope. In spite of its historical title, PEQ is concerned not just with Palestine/the land of Israel, but with the wider region of the Levant - its history, archaeology (including biblical aspects), art, languages, natural and earth ethnology, geography and natural and earth sciences. Its contents include studies of pottery and other artefacts, examination and interpretation of archaeological sites, publications and studies of inscriptions and ancient texts, articles on the history of the Levant, and the publication of archives relating to the exploration of the Levant, together with reports on archaeological work supported by the Fund, and reviews of books. PEQ publishes the work of both established and rising scholars within the field.

Publisher: 
Maney Publishing
ISSN (print): 
0031-0328
ISSN (online): 
1743-1301

Latest articles

Volume 147 (4)

NOTES & NEWS
vol. 147 (4): 269-271
NATUFIAN INTERACTIONS ALONG THE JORDAN VALLEY
Phillip C. Edwards, vol. 147 (4): 272-282
JERUSALEM'S HINTERLAND IN THE EIGHTH–SEVENTH CENTURIES BCE: TOWNS, VILLAGES, FARMSTEADS, AND ROYAL ESTATES
Yigal Moyal, vol. 147 (4): 283-298
REVISITING THE MAUSOLEUM AT HERODIUM: IS IT HEROD'S TOMB?
Joseph Patrich, vol. 147 (4): 299-315
HASMONAEAN MODIʽIN AND BYZANTINE MODITHA: A TOPOGRAPHICAL–HISTORICAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
Boaz Zissu, vol. 147 (4): 316-337
International Umm Al-Biyara Project, 2014
Piotr Bienkowski, vol. 147 (4): 338-339
REVIEWS
Rebecca L. Trow, vol. 147 (4): 340-343
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
vol. 147 (4): 344-344

Volume 147 (3)

EDITORIAL: DOCUMENTING ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE SOUTHERN LEVANT
Adi Keinan-Schoonbaert, vol. 147 (3): 173-175
NOTES & NEWS
vol. 147 (3): 176-176
G.R.H. (MICK) WRIGHT (1924–2014)
Christopher J. Davey, vol. 147 (3): 177-179
PRELIMINARY REPORT ON A SURVEY IN THE HAZIMAH PLAINS: A HAMAD LANDSCAPE IN NORTH-EASTERN JORDAN
Harmen O. Huigens, vol. 147 (3): 180-194
STRATIGRAPHY OF TEL ‘EN GEV, ISRAEL: CORRELATION AMONG THREE ARCHAEOLOGICAL MISSIONS
David T. Sugimoto, vol. 147 (3): 195-219
WHERE WAS THE CITY OF EPHRAIM?
Ehud Keinan, vol. 147 (3): 220-229
WHY IS THE MINARET SO SHORT? EVIDENCE FOR EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE ON MT ZION
Motti Zohar, vol. 147 (3): 230-246
SOLOMONIC PHOBIA OR 10TH CENTURY BCE PHOBIA? Response to Zeidan A. Kafafi, “New Insights on the Copper Mines of Wadi Faynan/Jordan”, PEQ 146.4 (2014), 263–80
Mohammad Najjar, vol. 147 (3): 247-253
Analysis of Jerusalem's Water Systems in Light of Early Works of the PEF Scholars
David Gurevich, vol. 147 (3): 254-255
REVIEWS
Ross Thomas, vol. 147 (3): 256-260
MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING FOR THE PALESTINE EXPLORATION FUND, 11 JUNE 2015
vol. 147 (3): 261-266
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
vol. 147 (3): 267-267