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Ido Wachtel

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Publications in Archaeology

Ido Wachtel (2012), Gal Yithro - An Early Bronze site in the mountainous Galilee: Function and Meaning (M.A Thesis).

Bloch, G., Francoy, T. M., Wachtel, I, Panitz-Cohen, N., Fuchs, S. and Mazar, A. (2010), "Industrial apiculture in the Jordan valley during Biblical times with Anatolian honeybees". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (25): 11240-11245.

In press or preparation:

Mazar A. and Wachtel I. (in press), The Persian /Early Hellenistic Fortress at Hurvat Eres. Israel Exploration Journal.

Wachtel I. (in press), Gal Yithro - An Early Bronze site in the mountainous Galilee: Function and Significance.

Wachtel I. (in press), "The Architecture and Stratigraphy of Area S (Lower City)" in Zuckeman S. (ed), The Rise and Decline of a Canaanite Kingdom: A view from the Lower City of Hazor.

Wachtel I. (in press), "The Metal objects" in Zuckeman S. (ed), The Rise and Decline of a Canaanite Kingdom: A view from the Lower City of Hazor.

Wachtel I. and Sugimoto D. T. (in press), "Tel En Gev, Area H: Architecture and Stratigraphy", in Sugimoto D. T. (ed.), The Renewed Excavation at Tel ‘En Gev 2009-2011.

Wachtel I. (in preparation), "The Metal objects", in Sugimoto D. T. (ed.), The Renewed Excavation at Tel ‘En Gev 2009-2011.

Papers presented at international Academic Conferences

‘Jethro's Cairn’ - An Early Bronze Age Site in the Upper Galilee, Israel: Function and Significance", ICAANE 2014, Basel (June 2014).

“The Renewed Excavation at Tel ‘En Gev, Area H (2009-2011): Stratigraphy, Finds and General Overview” – The Land of Geshur: Archaeological Reconstruction, Keio University, Tokio, Japan (March 2012).