The next Nocturno live lecture on the subject of 'Elephants in Israel?' will take place on March 4th.
The lecture will be given in Hebrew. (Link to invitation (in Hebrew))
Murtaza Chopra won the Hebrew Univeristy Presients scholarship.
Gadi Herzlinger won the Rotenstreich Scholarship.
The archaeological institutions announce that The 43rd Archaeological Congress will convene on Thursday, April 6th, in the Mt. Scopus campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Researchers who wish to make presentations are called to send suggestions.
The Institute of Archaeology awarded excellence schoalrships to its MA and doctoral students, a total sum of more than 115,000 dollars. The shcolarships are for one year and for multiple years. Congratulatiosn to the awardees!
The Institute of Archaeology invites eligible students and researchers to submit applications for the Institute scholarships for Masters and doctoral students. The deadline is September 15th, 2016.
New finds contribute significantly to research of Roman art in Israel: Provide first evidence of figurative images in wall paintings at the site, and precede earliest mosaics discovered at the site by a hundred years Read more about Unique finds in Sephoris Excavations