Biblical Archaeology Review 32:6, November/December 2006


Biblical Archaeology Review

Jeremy McInerney (“Did Theseus Slay the Minotaur?”) is associate professor in the classical studies department at the University of Pennsylvania and chair of the Graduate Group in Art and Archaeology of the Mediterranean World. He has excavated in Israel, Crete and at Corinth. He is the author of The Folds of Parnassus: Land and Ethnicity in Ancient Phokis.

Eilat Mazar (“Hadrian’s Legion Encamped on the Temple Mount,”) teaches at the Institute of Archaeology at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She currently excavates at Achziv, a Phoenician site on the Mediterranean coast, and in Jerusalem’s City of David. Her recent publications include reports of the Temple Mount excavations led by her grand-father, Benjamin Mazar.

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