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Students Dig in Style on Mt. Zion Excavation

Want to see students in action on a dig? Check out this lighthearted video featuring UNC Charlotte’s Levine Scholars on the Mt. Zion excavations:

The excavations, led by Shimon Gibson and James Tabor, are conducted on Mount Zion in Jerusalem. In the 2013 season, the team uncovered the lower levels of what seems to be a first-century C.E. mansion that may have belonged to a Jewish priestly family.

Read more about the 2013 Mt. Zion excavation season.
 


 
In a brand-new collection of video lectures, renowned Biblical scholar James D. Tabor reviews some of the most exciting and controversial archaeological discoveries from Jerusalem in recent years, including his important findings from the Talpiot tombs and the Mt. Zion excavation.

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