Yonatan Adler (“Watertight and Rock Solid,”) is Senior Lecturer in Archaeology at Ariel University in Israel. His research focuses on Jewish ritual practices as evidenced in the archaeological record. He has directed excavations of chalk vessel workshops at ‘Einot Amitai and Reina.
Alfonso Archi (“Bronze Age Fashion in Syria,”) was the epigrapher to the Italian Mission to Ebla and is a Professor Emeritus at the Sapienza University of Rome.
Francesco Arduini (“The Pandemic Origins of Child Baptism,”) is an author and independent researcher in biblical studies and the history of Christianity. He wrote the book Il battesimo dei bambini (2010).
Kenneth Atkinson (Book Review) is Professor of History at the University of Northern Iowa and author of Queen Salome (2012). His research focuses on ancient history, archaeology, religions, and the Dead Sea Scrolls.
David Ben-Shlomo (“‘Auja el-Foqa,”) is Associate Professor of Archaeology at Ariel University. He currently codirects excavations at Tel Hebron, ‘Auja el-Foqa, and the Barkan Winepresses.
Yosef Garfinkel (“On Data and Its Interpretation,”) is the Yigael Yadin Chair in Archaeology of Israel at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He directs excavations at Tel Lachish and Khirbet al-Rai—in addition to publishing the Khirbet Qeiyafa excavations.