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One person’s view of the beauty and diversity of BAR’s Israel Seminar
I was one of a group of 16 people who participated in BAR’s Israel seminar this past summer—a stimulating, invigorating (and slenderizing) six-week exploration of the Holy Land. There was more to the adventure than trying to absorb an...
Biblical Archaeology Review, January/February 1983
Excavators bring to life ancient Negev fortress but find no remains from David’s time
Three sites in the Bible—and perhaps foura—are called Aroer (pronounced Ah-roe-air). We call one Aroer of the Negev. The other two—or three—are east of the Jordan River. Aroer may mean “crest of a mountain.” This very general...
Biblical Archaeology Review, March/April 1983