This exhibit is the "heart and soul" of the Badè Museum. It displays a wealth of finds from the excavations at Tell en-Nasbeh, Palestine, whose objects span from the Early Bronze Age (3100–2200 BC) through the Iron Age (1200–586 BC) and into the Roman and Hellenistic periods. Highlights of the exhibit include "Tools of the Trade" (featuring real archaeological tools used by Badè and his team), an oil lamp typology, a Second Temple period (586 BC–70 AD) limestone ossuary, and a selection of painted Greek pottery.
In addition to the permanent exhibit, other objects in the Badè collection are highlighted in temporary exhibitions. Please check the Badè Museum website for a more detailed description of our current exhibits