Why dig at Megiddo? Megiddo has an incredibly rich history and tremendously long span of time is represented in its archaeological record. It was an important center for the entirety of its history from the chalcolithic right up to the present day. As such, it is a massive laboratory for examining the long-term history and … Continue reading Pre-Season Interview with the Directors: Matthew J. Adams
Why dig at Megiddo? There really isn’t just one reason why I enjoy digging at Megiddo. The site, its location, the research we produce from it, the expedition and all the people in our team make this one of my favorite sites to dig at and work on. Megiddo is one of the best-studied sites … Continue reading Pre-Season Interview with the Directors: Mario Martin
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
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