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Tel Kabri Archaeology Field School

This special program is brought to you by the University of Haifa Department of Maritime Civilizations and the Tel Kabri Excavation Expedition.

Come dig with us at Tel Kabri this coming summer! When else will you have the opportunity to excavate in a Canaanite palace more than 3,500 years old, decorated with Minoan-style floor and wall paintings?

The 2015 season will be from 14 June – 9 July 2015. Our attention will be focused on the storage rooms of the palace, continuing the excavation of the wine cellar that we found during the 2013 season.

We will offer the Kabri Archaeological Field School: Methods and Techniques in Field Archaeology (3 credits)

The Mediterranean Field Program at Tel Kabri aims to introduce the student to archaeological field experience, using the site of Tel Kabri, the western Galilee, and the larger region of Israel. This course in particular will train the student in the methods and techniques of modern field archaeology. The course is an upper level undergraduate course.

Please visit our website: https://digkabri2015.wordpress.com/ 
For any questions or to take part in any of part of this dig, please contact:

Dr. Assaf Yasur-Landau
Senior Lecturer, Department of Maritime Civilizations
Senior Researcher, the Leon Recanati Institute for Maritime Studies
University of Haifa, 31905, Israel
Co-director, the Tel Kabri Archaeological Project
Email: assafyasur@hotmail.com