• IWC Archaeology

Archaeology of Tel Aviv and Surroundings



IWC Archaeology in English is coming back after a long, hot summer with an exciting lecture series on the archaeology of the dynamic city of Tel Aviv and its surroundings.

The opening lecture of the Fall 2018 semester will be:

Continuity and Change:

The Ayalon-Yarkon Basin during the Bronze and Early Iron Ages

Lecturers: Prof. Yuval Gadot and Noa Ranzer

This lecture will be divided into two parts:


Prof. Yuval Gadot, the new Head of Tel Aviv University's Department of Archaeology, will provide an expert introduction to the environment of the Yarkon and Ayalon Streams and the identity of the inhabitants of this area during the Bronze and Early Iron Ages.


Noa Ranzer, Coordinator of the IWC Archaeology program, will examine the test case of the unique adaptation of Egyptian scarabs in the local culture during the Middle and Late Bronze Ages.

Please contact IWC Archaeology Coordinator Noa Ranzer for questions: 054-5906573

Registration for the semester: 8am, Tuesday 16 October, 2018

Place: Gilman Building, Room 282, Tel Aviv University

Lectures: 9am – 11:30am with a half-hour break

Cost for the semester: 400 NIS, 750 NIS per couple

Cost for an individual lecture: NIS 50

Parking: For those who sign up for the semester, a reduced-rate parking pass (for the entire school year) will be available upon request.

IWC Archaeology Committee:

Marilyn Ronen, 077-886-9698 - 054-548-2779

Ilona Barkal Winograd, 054-450-6678

Cecily Ben Simon, 09-774-2267 -050-786-2495

Joanne Morag, 052-388-8382 Arlene Besserman, 04-622-5543 – 054-530-579

Sophie Stern, 03-696-9474 Stella Vilosny, 09-950-9374 - 050-858-4400

We look forward to seeing you on the 16th of October and wish you all the very best for the New Year.


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We are among the longest-running archaeology courses in the world! 

For over 45 years, Tel Aviv University's Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology, and the Department of Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Cultures have been offering a course in the Archaeology of Israel to a mixed group of diplomats’ spouses, members of the International Women’s Club and local residents who seek quality lectures on the ancient history of Israel and the region in English.

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