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Bible Stock Illustrations


Largest selection of original Biblical stock illustrations

Welcome to Our Newly Redesigned Website
Not found anywhere else, the one of a kind illustrations on Archaeology Illustrated's new website depict reconstructions of archaeological sites in Israel and beyond, and a wide array of Bible themes. The site offers both New Testament illustrations and Old Testament illustrations as well as scenes from Mesopotamia. A unique resource for publishers, the images reflect scholarly consensus of our understanding of the biblical period as history. Using biblical art that is research based and rooted in reality makes the lesson come alive to students in Sunday school, Hebrew school, Bible college and for lectures. Archaeology Illustrated offers ministers and teachers an invaluable resource for high impact visual aids to augment lessons and embellish handouts. 

Presented as Bible stock art, each image is created relying on archaeological research and the art history of the ancient Near East in order to represent all the details accurately according to the biblical period and location, including ancient Egypt, Babylon, Israel, Mesopotamia, Assyria and Rome. 

Each illustration is annotated with quotes from Scripture and a description of the image.  The Blog section offers a forum for users to add comments and discuss the images of ancient biblical lands. 

Archaeology Illustrated users can commission new archaeological illustrations or purchase existing illustrations and prints from an impressive selection of scenes. Archaeology Illustrated will keep the site stocked with new illustrations and biblical images for download. 

Hungarian-born painter, illustrator and pictorial historian Balage Balogh brings the ancient biblical world to modern eyes at Archeology Illustrated. Known well amongst Israeli and American scholars, Balogh shares their passion for research and accuracy. He has worked over a decade and a half with archaeologists, scholars and museums creating archaeological reconstructions. read more