Tel Burna Team at ASOR and SBL

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Next week, many of our team will be presenting at the ASOR and SBL meetings in San Antonio. These lectures including some very interesting discussions related to our excavations at Burna in the last few seasons, as well as some non-Burna related research. Here is a list of papers that will be presented by the Burna Team.

Archaeology and Biblical Studies I – 11/17/2016

9:05 Chris McKinny, (Bar-Ilan University), “Struck Down for Error: A Discussion of Two Early Iron Age Israelite Temples and Their Possible Connection to the Movements of the Ark of Covenant in Samuel” (15 min.)

Archaeology of the Southern Levant – 11/18/2016

10:40 Casey Sharp (University of Haifa), “In the Shadow of Tel Nami: A Newly Examined MB IIA Settlement on the Carmel Coast” (20 min.)

ASOR – Archaeology of the Southern Levant – 11/18/2016

11:25 – Itzhaq Shai (Ariel University), Chris McKinny (Bar-Ilan University), Matthew Spigelman (Independent Scholar), Avshalom Karasik (Israel Antiquities Authority), David Ben-Shlomo (Ariel University), Dvory Namdar (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), and Joe Uziel (Israel Antiquities Authority), “Two Cypriot Pithoi from Late Bronze Age Tel Burna” (15 min) 

ASOR – The Archaeology of Feasting and Foodways – 11/18/2016

11:55 Tina Greenfield (University of Manitoba), “Late Bronze Age Feasting in Canaan: A View from Tel Burna” (20 min.)

ASOR – Methods of Historiography in the Study of Ancient Israel and the Levant—Joint Session with SBL – 11/19/2016 8:20-10:25

Co-chaired by Matthew Suriano along with Lauren Monroe

SBL  – Archaeology of the Biblical World 11/20/2016 –  1:00 PM to 3:30 PM

Itzick Shai, Ariel University Center of Samaria
New Insights on the Iron IIB in the Shephelah: A View from Tel Burna (20 min)
Discussion (5 min)

Go Team! 🙂

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