Where Is Israeli Archeology Going?

  title={Where Is Israeli Archeology Going?},
  author={David Ussishkin},
  journal={The Biblical Archaeologist},
  pages={93 - 95}
  • D. Ussishkin
  • Published 1 April 1982
  • Philosophy
  • The Biblical Archaeologist
Israeli archeology has also been the scene of controversy, and the current generation is characterized by similar divergent views. But the issues have focused on method and strategy rather than the theory of the discipline. For in Israel, "biblical archeology" is still vibrant and thriving. 
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