After World War I, when Palestine became a British mandate, archaeologists were able to work under a board of antiquities, established to protect historic sites. Dr. BadA arrived in Jerusalem in 1926 and drove north to Tell en-Nasbeh.
This digital slideshow chronicles the excavation of an archaeological site, Tell en-Nasbeh, between 1926 and 1935 in Israel/Palestine. The site was excavated by William F. BadÃ¨, Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages at Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA from 1902 to 1936.
This DVD is part of the traveling exhibition program of the BadÃ¨ Museum of Biblical Archaeology and features images from hand-colored glass slides taken at the time of the excavation and later photographs from the Museum collection.
Even before I began my education in anthropology and archaeology, I had read several books on theory and method, as well as researched diver...
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