Benjamin Mazar

Benjamin Mazar’s (d. 1995) long career, culminating in the excavations at the Temple Mount, solidified him as one of Israel’s most prolific archaeologists and historians. As a tribute to him, Professor Mazar’s students at Hebrew University in 1978 prepared a cumulative bibliography of his published works which includes over 400 entries in German, Hebrew, and English! Yigael Yadin called Mazar’s excavations at the Temple Mount “the greatest archaeological enterprise Jerusalem has witnessed.”  

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