In addition to the Safi-related lectures to be presented at the ASOR meeting in San Antonio this coming week (see here), three posters on Safi-related research are being presented. See below *.jpg … Source: Safi posters at the ASOR meeting
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
Originally posted on The Tell es-Safi/Gath Archaeological Project Official (and Unofficial) Weblog:
Today, a bunch of team members were on the tell, to measure out new squares and check old one. Boy was it hot – and we managed to complete almost all the areas. What’s left to finish we’ll do this Thursday morning…
Very proud of Tina Greenfield. Just received this invitation about her new book that she coedited. Dear all, You are warmly invited to a book launch for the newest volume in the McDonald Monographs Series. “The Provincial Archaeology of the Assyrian Empire” edited by John MacGinnis, Dirk Wicke and Tina Greenfield 6.30-7.30pm on Friday 6th…
The ICAANE (International Congress of Archaeologists in the Ancient Near East) meeting which just ended in Vienna had many interesting lectures by Tell es-Safi/Gath members (by Haskel Greenfield and Tina Greenfield) on the Early Bronze Age remains from the site . Source: Safi at the ICAANE meeting in Vienna