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Geoarchaeology of Israel

Ed. by Feldman, Howard R.

Series:Touro University Press


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    November 2019
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    Aims and Scope

    This book includes a description of the Jehoash Inscription Tablet, the only written evidence that the First Temple existed; a new technique for authenticating ancient artifacts; a discussion of the James Ossuary, which might provide archaeological evidence for Jesusof Nazareth and indicate that the ossuary was that of James the Just, the older brother of Jesus.


    400 pages
    28 Fig.
    Jehoash;temple;Solomon;stone oil lamp;Jerusalem;oxygen;caves;trial;dust;archaeometry;Jesus Nazareth;James Just;Second Temple Period;First Temple;geology;artifacts;Jesus;Israel;Geoarchaeology Israel;geology Israel
    Both amateur and professional archaeologists as well as students and religious establishments.

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    FeldmanHoward R.:

    Howard Feldman (PhD Rutgers University) is a professor of biology at Touro College and Research Associate in the Division of Paleontology (Invertebrates) at the American Museum of Natural History.

    Howard R. Feldman is Fellow of the Geological Society of America, and Research Associate at the American Museum of Natural History and the Mohonk Preserve. He is a professor in the Biology Department of Touro College in New York City. His research deals with the geoarchaeology of Israel as well as evolution and depositional environments of brachiopods (marine invertebrates) along the southern margin of the Tethys Sea during the Mesozoic Era. He has received numerous grants for his work, has written three books and has over 170 publications.

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