Zohar Amar (“The Scarab—The Idol That Rolls in Dung”) is a researcher and senior lecturer in the Department of Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology, Bar Ilan University. His research focuses on ancient medicine, history of science, and material culture of everyday life.
Débora Aymbinderow (“Digging Deeper at Tel Hadid”) is a Ph.D. candidate at Tel Aviv University. Her research deals with olive oil production in the southern Levant during the Iron Age.
Holly Beers (“Women in the Early Church”) is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Westmont College. Her most recent book is A Week in the Life of a Greco-Roman Woman (InterVarsity Press, 2019).
Catherine E. Bonesho (“Maintaining Cultural Balance”) is Assistant Professor in Early Judaism at UCLA. Her research focuses on the imperial contexts of the history and culture of Judaism during the Second Temple and Rabbinic periods, as well as Aramaic inscriptions from the Roman Empire.
Dennis Cole (“Forced Resettlement and Immigration at Tel Hadid”) is the Mcfarland Chair of Archaeology and Co-director of the Michael and Sara Moskau Institute of Archaeology at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He co-directs the Tel Hadid Expedition.