Digs 2021

Digs 2021

Feb 21

Step Into Moabite Jordan

By: Nathan Steinmeyer

Perched along Wadi Balu’a, the site of Khirbat al-Baluʿa controlled the major north-south route through Transjordan. The most extensive period of occupation at Baluʿa dates […]

Feb 15

Excavate Jesus’s Roman Galilee

By: Nathan Steinmeyer

Want a first-hand look at life in Roman Galilee? Investigate history for yourself this summer as part of the Shikhin excavation team, which will be […]

Student from Tel Aviv University excavating at Tel Azekah

Jan 31

Excavate Israel’s “Mini-Pompeii”

By: Nathan Steinmeyer

Home to a vast expanse of human history, Israel is a country rich with opportunities for archaeological excavation. Yet while there are opportunities to dig […]

May 13

New Horizons at Hazor 

By: Megan Sauter

Archaeologists with the Selz Foundation Hazor Excavations have been digging at Hazor, Israel’s largest archaeological site, since 1990. Yet, in 2020, the expedition’s directors, Amnon […]

Hippos Dig 2020

Apr 8

Digs 2021: Digging During a Pandemic

By: Megan Sauter

To dig or not to dig—that is the question posed by numerous archaeologists these days. As a global pandemic caused entire countries to shutter and […]