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בעזרת מייבשי שיער ומפוחים חשמליים, מנסה ד”ר עדי אליהו לאתר את המקום שממנו נחצב הברזל לפני 3,000 שנה. “יש עוד המון שאלות פתוחות, אבל בינתיים זה נראה מבטיח”, היא אומרת https://www.haaretz.co.il/science/.premium-MAGAZINE-1.6941122
Researchers Build Kilns to Find Out The transition from the Copper Age to harder iron tools was a turning point for the ancient Hebrew kingdoms, but we don’t know quite how they did it. Click on the following link to read more! https://www.haaretz.com/archaeology/.premium.MAGAZINE-how-was-iron-smelted-in-ancient-israel-researchers-build-kilns-to-find-out-1.6942156
Popular YouTube vloggers Sergio & Rhoda visited Ariel University’s ‘Einot Amitai archaeological project near Nazareth this past summer. This just released video shows highlights of their visit while they look to answer if in the miracle of Jesus turning water into wine, why were the six jars made of stone and how is it related Continue Reading »
Curious about what happens on an archaeological dig? Wonder what it’s like to search for history? Click on the following link to take a look at this amazing video about Ariel University’s Tel Burna Project: https://youtu.be/393C7E9GC7k For more information about the Tel Burna project please visit their website at: https://telburna.wordpress.com/
Leah Tramer Pottery Restorer The work of the archaeologist doesn’t end when the dig is over. The real work comes once the finds have been transferred back to the lab for analysis. Ms. Leah Tramer, who holds a degree in archaeology and fine art, brings back to life these ancient artifacts by meticulously putting Continue Reading »
‘Einot Amitai amongst the year’s most exciting discoveries in Biblical archaeology.
A 2,000-year-old stone production center points to ritual purity light.
Near site where biblical figure is said to have turned water to wine, 2,000-year-old workshop for stone vessels comes to light.
Dr. Itzick Shai, an archaeologist and lecturer in Israeli heritage at Ariel University, talks to host Gilad Halpern about the excavation of Tel Burna, in the coastal lowlands in southwestern Israel.
A three-day international seminar organized by the Institute of Archaeology at Ariel University convened in Jerusalem and Ariel on May 10–12, 2015.