From the Editor

Killebrew, Ann E.
June 2011
Near Eastern Archaeology;Jun2011, Vol. 74 Issue 2, preceding p68
Academic Journal
The article introduces the issue by discussing the topics of the Kinneret Regional Project excavations at Tel Kinrot/biblical Kinneret in modern Israel and the site's domestic quarters dating to the early Iron Age, as well as disagreement over identifying Israeli site et-Tell as biblical Bethsaida.


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