IWC Continues to Explore Tel Aviv's Ancient Past
The Spring Semester 2019 is taking us from Iron Age Tel Qudadi at the mouth of the Yarkon River to pre-historic Jaljulia in the east and Persian Ashkelon further south.
We are more than halfway through our Spring 2019 semester and we have two more months and six more lectures on the ancient history of Israel's vibrant urban center and its periphery.
All are welcome to join for the remaining individual lectures.
The schedule will be as follows:
07/05/19 Mr. Yoram Haimi Archaeological Research at the Sobibór Death Camp
14/05/19 Mr. Aviad Agam Watching the River Flow: Acheulian Lifeways and Decision Making in Late Acheulian Jaljulia (Israel)
21/05/19 Ms. Bar Efrati Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts: A Review of the Late Lower Palaeolithic Site of Qesem Cave, Central Israel (420-200,000 years ago).
28/05/19 Prof. Amnon Bar Or “To Forget Erases Nothing”—Preserving Jaffa The Toolbox for Conservation in Jaffa Creates Memory Disorder
04/06/19 Mr. Vladimir Avrutis “His eyes shall be red with wine…”. A Thousand Years of Winemaking in Holy Land
11/06/19 Ms. Heeli Schechter Jewels from the Sea: The Use of Shells in the Neolithic Period
Place: Gilman Building, Room 282, Tel Aviv University Lectures: 9am – 11:30am with a half-hour break
Cost for an individual lecture: NIS 50
Coordinator: Noa Ranzer 054-5906573 email@example.com