Tag Archives: Shephlah

Archaeology Updates from ASOR

My wife and I are back with our kids after hearing some great things at the ASOR annual meeting in San Antonio. Here are some highlights from our experience. Jerusalem’s Gihon Spring: The massive 18th century BC tower over the Gihon Spring … Continue reading

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Photos from Lachish (part 1)

My group of 13 people arrived safely in Israel and are in the middle of our first week with the new archaeological excavation at Lachish. Internet problems prevented updates on our activities and finds until now. Lachish was a prominent … Continue reading

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The Dig Across the Valley – Excavations at Tel Azekah

Tel Aviv University recently began a new dig at Tel Azekah, literally next door to Khirbet Qeiyafa. The substantial discoveries at Qeiyafa have produced fresh interest in the Shephelah (Judean foothills) and new digs are popping up in the region. … Continue reading

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