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The 9th century BCE destruction layer at Tell es-Safi/Gath, Israel: integrating macro- and microarchaeology.
Destruction events in multi-period sites are valuable marker horizons that represent time-synchronous events across the site and sometimes between sites. Destruction layers often preserve rich finds that provide insights ...
Celebrating Pesach in the Land of the Pharaohs.
(Yeshiva University, 2012)
The early Bronze Age fortifications at Tell Es-Safi/Gath, Israel.
(Routledge: Taylor & Francis Group, 2016)
Tell es-Safi/Gath is a multi-period site located on the border between the Judean foothills (Shephelah) and the southern coastal plain in central Israel, which has been subject to survey and excavations over the last two ...
Religious persecution, civil war, and bureaucratic mischief: A Chanukah story fo the ages.
(Yeshiva University, 2015)
The vagaries of the Jewish experience are all manifest in the story of Chanukah. Some, such as religious persecution and factional tensions, are so familiar that we are almost inured to them. Others may make us pause as ...
The relationship between the Jewish people and Yerushalayim: A historical account of the first 400 years.
(Yeshiva University. Th, 2013)
Betar and Aelia Capitolina: Symbols of Jewish suffering.
(Yeshiva University, 2011)