Sampling the Remains of the Past

Where Can Tel Azekah Take You? An Interview with Lyndelle Webster One of the greatest strengths of the Lautenschläger Azekah Expedition are the people who come from all over the world, and from all walks of life, to join us on the excavation. This week, we’d like to share with you our recent conversation with Lyndelle Webster, oneContinue reading “Sampling the Remains of the Past”

From Studying Text to Uncovering the Bible: An Interview with Sabine Kleiman

How working in archaeology can change your life We recently sat down with Sabine Kleiman, a PhD researcher at Tel Aviv University’s Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology, and Area Supervisor of Area T2 at Tel Azekah, to learn what inspired her get out from behind the books of biblical scholarship that she onceContinue reading “From Studying Text to Uncovering the Bible: An Interview with Sabine Kleiman”

Join a Dig This Summer: Registration will Open soon for 2016 Tel Azekah Archaeological Season

Looking for something fun to do this summer? Ever wanted to be an archaeologist? Want to get a great tan, get fit, lose some weight and spend a summer touring the Holy Land? Want to get college credits for learning about real archaeology? Then come join the international coalition of universities and colleges excavating thisContinue reading “Join a Dig This Summer: Registration will Open soon for 2016 Tel Azekah Archaeological Season”

Registration for the 2014 Azekah Season Coming Soon…

The 2014 Tel Azekah archaeological excavation season is just around the corner, and registration will open soon. Please watch this space for information about the 2014 dig season, registration, costs, exciting weekend travel, course credit, midweek lectures by some of the world’s leading scholars, and much more.

Nearing the End

Dear Readers, The amount of finds has made the excavators concerned about publishing pictures before items go through scientific analysis and review. If they have not, anyone can publish a scientific paper about it before the editio princeps is prepared. And mistakes are often made in early assumption. Therefore this blog went through an editContinue reading “Nearing the End”

Meet Our Volunteers: Graham Walker, England

Graham Walker Age 64 Aldershot, Hampshire, England Profession: Builder, Food Distributor AZK: What have you been doing in the excavation and how did you get here? GW: Digging holes in the ground,  moving buckets of earth! This is my first dig. Two years ago I was talking to Ronnie McCracken about his Ramat Rachel excavation experience.Continue reading “Meet Our Volunteers: Graham Walker, England”