Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Join us in Gezer for the 2012 dig

2012 Gezer Water System Expedition
 May 27 – June 15, 2012 Tel Gezer, Israel

Sponsored by the Center for Archaeological Research at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in conjunction with Israel Nature and Parks Authority

The Project: Participate in the excavation of an ancient Canaanite water system which could date to the time of Abraham.

Dates: May 27 - June 15, 2012. Volunteers should plan to arrive no later than May 26.

Cost: $1500 for the 3-week season, or $500 per week + airfare. Costs cover room, board and weekend travel. Participants are responsible for their own flights to and from Israel. The dig will arrange airport pickup. 

Weekend Travel: The expedition will arrange several field trips covering key areas of Israel.

Accommodations: Volunteers will be housed in air-conditioned rooms at the Neve Shalom Guest House, with three to four persons per room.

Academic Credit: Undergraduate or graduate course credit for up to 6 semester hours is available. Additional tuition fees apply.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:  Dr. Dan Warner (dwarner@nobts.edu) or Dr. Dennis Cole (rdcole@nobts.edu)


The Gezer Water System project is co-sponsored by the Israel Nature and Parks Authority and New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary under the direction of Tsvika Tsuk, chief archaeologist at INPA, and Dan Warner, co-director of the Center for Archaeological Research at NOBTS.

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