Why dig at Megiddo? Because it is there… (just joking). We dig at Megiddo because it is the most celebrated site for the Bronze and Iron Ages in the Levant. The finds at Megiddo are the key for understanding three thousand years of history of the region, between 3500 and 500 BCE, including the material … Continue reading Pre-Season Interview with the Directors: Israel Finkelstein
The work at Megiddo is a product of many students, volunteers, scholars, labs, and schools joining forces to bring forth the ground breaking excavations, publications, and research results we are able to do as part of the Megiddo Expedition. We are happy and delighted to have an expedition under the auspice of Tel Aviv University … Continue reading It Takes a Village to Dig Up an Ancient City
Last week Melissa submitted her PhD dissertation titled “Transformation in Death: The Archaeology of Funerary Practices and Personhood in the Bronze Age Levant." Her study focused on burial practices in the Levant during the Middle and Late Bronze Ages (c. 2000–1200 BCE) with special attention to artifacts and finds from Tel Megiddo. Through this she … Continue reading Congratulations to Area H Supervisor Melissa Cradic on submitting her PhD. dissertation!
So we couldn't really make up our minds which photo is the best Megiddo photo, because every picture at Megiddo is a winner!!! Here are some of the photos that were submitted... it sure was fun looking back at all these memories and moments. Ewa Ronowska, joined us at the 2016 season, and even celebrated her … Continue reading Photo Contest Winner!!
At this year's Society of Biblical Literature Annual Conference had an entire seat was dedicated to the excavations at Tel Megiddo: The Megiddo Excavations: New Studies Reflecting on the Archaeology and History of Ancient Israel and Beyond Matthew Adams, Albright Institute of Archaeological Research, Presiding Israel Finkelstein, Tel Aviv University Introduction: Pushing the Envelope of … Continue reading SBL 2017
Many Megiddoites took part in this years ASOR conference.
Co-Director, and Area K supervisor Dr. Mario A.S. Martin published a new article in the latest issue of Tel Aviv. Below is an interview conducted with him, in which he tells us all about his work and the amazing new conclusions his research has brought. So, Mario, what pulled you to this study? The impact … Continue reading The Provenance of Philistine Pottery in Northern Canaan, with a Focus on the Jezreel Valley