Dr. Uzi Leibner

Uzi Leibner
Mandel Building, Room 232. Office Hours: Monday 14:30-15:30

Lecturer at the Institiute of Archaeology.

Research Interests: The archaeology of Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine Palestine, Archaeological Surveys: Theory and Practice, Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine pottery, Settlement patterns and Demographic trends in the Southern Levant during the Classical periods, Ancient economy, Talmudic realia.

Current Projects:

  • Kh. Hamam Excavations (Director): Excavation of an ancient Synagogue and surroundings, Kh. Hamam, Lower Galilee (Director).
  • Settlement and Demographic changes in Byzantine Galilee and their implications on the society and culture of the Galilean Jewry.
  • Imported Fine Ware in the Land of Israel during the Byzantine period: documentation and economic implications (together with Ch. Ben David).
  • Roman Milestones in Judaea. Preparing the publication of the Israel Milestones Corpus (together with Ch. Ben David and the late Israel Roll).