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Natufian Shaman

This woman is a shaman from the Natufian culture, which occupied the Levantine region of the Middle East between 14-11,000 years ago. They would have lived as hunter-gatherers, but they appear to have settled down and built permanent villages instead of roaming the land as nomads, and they most probably were among the forerunners to the region’s earliest farmers. 45 more words


PhD funding Ancient Near Eastern networks

The below PhD funding opportunity will be of interest to archaeologists/historians with an interest in network analysis and the ancient near east.

ANEE is pleased to announce we are looking for doctoral candidates.

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to this portal of your divine self. Your wild woman, earth-loving, star-dancing, embodied-prayer self. In devotion to the Feminine Divine, we model a spiritual practice where Women, and Earth, are highly valued. 79 more words

Ancient Near East

Congratulations to Area H Supervisor Melissa Cardic on submitting her dissertation

Last week Melissa submitted her PhD dissertation titled “Transformation in Death: The Archaeology of Funerary Practices and Personhood in the Bronze Age Levant. 200 more words


Photo Contest Winner!!

So we couldn’t really make up our minds which photo is the best Megiddo photo, because every picture at Megiddo is a winner!!! 114 more words


Apocalypses in Context

2017.12.26 | Kelly J. Murphy and Justin Jeffcoat Schedtler (ed.) Apocalypses in Context: Apocalyptic Currents through History. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2016. Hardcover. Pp. ix + 510. 1,204 more words

New Testament

SBL 2017

At this year’s Society of Biblical Literature Annual Conference had an entire seat was dedicated to the excavations at Tel Megiddo: 168 more words