http://www.haaretz.com/archaeology/1.761814?utm_source=smartfocus&utm_medium=email&utm_content=archaeology%2F1.761814&utm_campaign=Ruth+Schuster&utm_term=20161228-17%3A13&writerAlerts=true Check out these exciting discoveries. In particular, there is the June contribution – the sacrificial Egyptian donkey/ass that we excavated and analyzed from our excavations at Tell es-Safi/Gath.
Yesterday, at the Jerusalem conference at HU, I was invited to serve as a respondent in the session in which the new papyrus mentioning Jerusalem was presented (see here for the full article [in He… Source: My take on the Jerusalem Papyrus
Here is a recent media profile on me by Katie Chalmer’s in the University of Manitoba’s Research Life magazine. Source: Recent profile on Tina Greenfield Source: Recent profile on Tina Greenfield
Here is a recent media profile on me by Katie Chalmer’s in the University of Manitoba’s Research Life magazine. Source: Recent profile on Tina Greenfield
Reblogged on WordPress.com Source: New article on the importance of the donkey in the Early Bronze Age!
See below the simply astounding aerial drone clip of Tell es-Safi/Gath, taken at end of 2016 season (by PW). Flying first east over Area D (including the new gate area) and then Area K, the drone c… Source: Video clip from drone of lower city excavations