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Dr. Orit Peleg-Barkat

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Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Mount Scopus, 91905, Israel
Telephone (at home): 972-2-6426242
Mobile: 972-52-6611099
Fax: 972-2-6417944
E-mail: orit.peleg@mail.huji.ac.il

Personal


Date of birth: May 10, 1974
Place of birth: Jerusalem, Israel
Military service: 1992-1994, Education and Youth corps

Academic Teaching


2004, 2005,
2009:
Archaeological Tour: South – Mampsis and Oboda (43444)
2005, 2010,
2014:
The Classical Architectural Decoration (43420, 43720)
2006: Classical Sites A: Maresha and Beit Guvrin (related to course no. 43511)
2006: Sculpture and Relief in Ancient Israel (43440)
2009, 2014: Fashion Victims of the Ancient World (43214)
2009: Josephus' Writings and the Archaeological Finds (43774)
2009, 2010,
2012, 2013:
Archaeological Tours in Jerusalem: Second Temple Period; The Late Roman and Byzantine Periods (related to course nos. 43511 and 43107)
2010, 2012: Classical Art and Architecture: Roman Period (43427)
2011: Classical Art and Architecture: Hellenistic Period (43426)
2013: Selected Topics in Hellenistic Art and Architecture (43614)
2014: Rome and Jerusalem between Augustus and Titus (43573)
2014: Paganism in Hellenistic and Roman Palestine (43725)
2014: Introduction to Greek Archaeology (43157)
2014: Introduction to Roman Archaeology (43156)

Other Activities

Archaeological Projects and Fieldwork:

July 2002: Area Supervisor, Excavations in the Northern Phoenician Cemetery of Achziv, Directed by Dr. Eilat Mazar, Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University.
April 2003: Archaeologist Member of Expedition Documenting Ancient Synagogues in Macedonia and Albania, Directed by Prof. Aliza Cohen-Mushlin, Centre for Jewish Art, Hebrew University.
July 2004, 2005: Area Supervisor, Excavations in Kh. ‘Eleq (Ramat Hanadiv), Directed by Prof. Yizhar Hirschfeld, Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University.
November 2004: Area Supervisor, Tiberias Excavations, Directed by Prof. Yizhar Hirschfeld, Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University.
August-September 2005: Member of Survey Team of the Permanent Exhibition in Beth Hatfutsot Museum, Tel-Aviv University.
2007–present: Head of Kh. ‘Eleq (Ramat Hanadiv) Excavations and Publication Project together with Yotam Tepper, Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University.

Conference Organization Committee Membership:

October 15, 2009: "New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region - Third Conference.” Organized by the Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University and the Israeli Antiquities Authority.
December 10, 2009, February 25 and May 13, 2010: "Studies in Archaeology and Ancient Art.” Organized by the Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University and the Israeli Antiquities Authority.
October 7, 2010: "New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region - Fourth Conference.” Organized by the Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University and the Israeli Antiquities Authority.
October 27, 2011: "New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region - Fifth Conference.” Organized by the Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University and the Israeli Antiquities Authority.
November 24, 2011: "Evening Conference in Memory of Prof. Ehud Netzer.” Organized by the Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University.
October 18 2012: "New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region - Sixth Conference.” Organized by the Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University and the Israeli Antiquities Authority.
October 10 2013: "New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region - Seventh Conference.” Organized by the Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University, the Israeli Antiquities Authority, and Tel Aviv University.