The latest archaeology news

December 16, 2017

The curators of the Eretz Israel Museum are taking IWC Archaeology on an exclusive tour of the museum on Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018.

The Eretz Israel Museum in Tel Aviv is a multidisciplinary museum that focuses on the history and culture of Israel through comprehensive p...

December 3, 2017

IWC Archaeology took to the road on Thursday, Nov. 30th to explore the City of David and the latest exhibit at the Israel Museum. Blessed with expert guides and beautiful weather, we were able to see up close the fascinating history of the holy city and appreciate its...

November 7, 2017

IWC Archaeology is stepping out of the classroom on Thursday, Nov. 30th for a close-up look of our subject of study: the Archaeology of Jerusalem. 

We'll be visiting two of Jerusalem's most fascinating museums - the Tower of David and Israel Museum - both of which illum...

October 27, 2017

Practically speaking, Jerusalem was a terrible idea. 

It's a city of steep hills built in the middle of nowhere. It sits on no strategic trade routes, has no accessible port or river system and can boast of no valuable natural resources or abundant fresh water supply. B...

October 3, 2017

From Prof. Oded Lipschits to Prof. Israel Finkelstein, this semester at IWC Archaeology in English promises to be an exciting one! The Fall 2017 lectures will be exploring Jerusalem, and the most recent excavations around the holy city could provide some stimulating ne...

October 3, 2017

Latest archaeological research on ancient Jerusalem from Israel's top academics.

September 24, 2017

Has the problem of creating a conclusive chronology and history of Jerusalem been resolved yet? In 2011, Tel Aviv University Profs. Oded Lipschits, Israel Finkelstein and Ido Koch presented their solutions in this Journal of Hebrew Scriptures article. Clearly, the inab...

September 12, 2017

What happened on January 18th in the year 749CE? The ancient Greek city of Hippos-Sussita was destroyed by a violent earthquake after almost 1,000 years of vibrant civilization. 
The Hecht Museum at the University Of Haifa will be holding an opening for the new exhibit...

September 5, 2017

What have the latest archaeological excavations in Israel revealed? On Thursday, Oct. 26th at 16:00 in Gillman 223 you can get the latest news from Tel Aviv University archaeologists - including the exciting Masada Expedition and the most recent Kiriath-Jearim Expediti...

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