Rehav Rubin, a native of Israel, is a Professor in the Department of Geography at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is author of Image and Reality, Jerusalem in Maps and Views (Magnes Pess, 1999).
Hillel Geva is the Director of the Israel Exploration Society and holds a Ph.D. from The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He excavated the Jewish Quarter in Jerusalem with the late Nahman Avigad, and he edits and publishes Jewish Quarter Excavations in the Old City of Jerusalem, the reports from those...
Amos Frumkin is a Professor of Geography at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and currently serves as the director of the university’s Cave Research Unit. He has studied and explored much of Israel’s cavernous underworld, including Jerusalem’s Siloam Tunnel.
Sara Aurant worked on the staff of the City of David dig and co-author of The Rephaim Valley Project: villages, terraces and stone mounds: excavations at Manaḥat, Jerusalem, 1987-1989 (Jerusalem: 1998).
Oren Gutfeld teaches at the Institute of Archaeology at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He contributed to the final report on Nahman Avigad’s excavations in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem and has excavated Ramla, Herodium and Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee.
Gideon Avni is the Head of the Archaeological Division of the Israel Antiquities Authority and lectures at Hebrew University, Jerusalem. From 1989-2000 he was chief archaeologist of the Jerusalem district for the Israel Antiquities Authority.
Jon Seligman is the Jerusalem Regional Archaeologist for the Israel Antiquities Authority. He has dug extensively throughout Jerusalem at sites such as the Holy Sepulchre, Gethsemane, the Western Wall Tunnel and Umm Leisun.