ORF (Austrian Broadcasting Corporation) reports on the start of our excavations in Israel
The Austrian Broadcasting Corporation reports on the start of our excavations at Tel Lachish (Israel).
Also don’t miss Felix’s interview in Ö1 on “Tracing Transformations”!
We filled up the very last spot!
Please do not send applications anymore, the first season of the Austrian-Israeli expedition to Lachish is filled up by now.
We have a great team of volunteers from eleven countries and three continents, and we are very much looking forward working with them this summer.
Still looking for volunteers …
We are still looking for volunteers to join us for our first season on Tel Lachish this summer!
We are an international team of Austrians, Israelis, Germans, Czechs, Slovaks, Italians, Swiss, Greeks, Brits … continuing the excavation of Area S (Middle and Late Bronze Age).
Dates: 16 July 2017 – 11 August 2017
Application due: 1 June 2017
Flights will be subsidized with 350,00 EUR
Accommodation and board will be provided by the project.
Looking forward working with you this summer!
Tel Lachish 2017 Application Form
New publication: Chronological Conundrums (JAEI 13, 2017)
The University of Arizona just published a special issue of the Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections, edited by Felix Höflmayer and Susan L. Cohen on “Chronological Conundrums”:
Höflmayer, F. and S. L. Cohen, (eds.). 2017. Chronological Conundrums. Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections 13. ISSN: 1944-2815.
The issue assembles papers that were given at the member-organized session “The Middle Bronze Age in the Southern Levant Revisited: Chronology and Connections” organized by Felix Höflmayer and Susan Cohen at the Annual Meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research 2016.
The issue includes papers by Felix Höflmayer; Susan L. Cohen; Steven Falconer and Patricia Fall; Eric H. Cline, Assaf Yasur-Landau, and Andrew Koh; Matthew J. Adams; Katharina Streit; and Sturt W. Manning, Gojko Barjamovic, and Brita Lorentzen.
Workshop on Late Bronze Age chronology, May 11-12, Vienna, Austria
Austrian newspaper “Der Standard” reports on our project
Don’t miss the article “Die Spuren einer verjährten Katastrophe” by Doris Griesser on our work on radiocarbon dating and chronology in the southern Levant!
Our project in Austrian news “Die Presse”
Check out coverage of our project in the Austrian newspaper “Die Presse”: “Die Freude an der Umdatierung” by Ronald Posch.