"We have great faculty who are not just great at teaching archaeology and teaching the Bible, but they are great archaeologists."

Cameron Coyle, 2013 Field Archaeologist

 

Publications-Tandy Project

Recent Publications:

"A newly excavated seal of Siamun found at Tel Gezer," Stephan Munger, Steven Ortiz, and Samuel Wolff (in preparation).

"The Context and Biometry of Iron Age II and Hellenistic Period Dog "Burials" from Gezer Compared to Those from Other sites in the Region.

Tel Gezer Excavations 2006-2015: The Transformation of a Border City
in The Shephelah during the Iron Age: Recent Archaeological Studies. Oded Lipschitz and Aren Maeir (eds.),  Eisenbrauns, 2017, pp. 61-102.

"In the Shadow of Solomon (and Everyone Else)," Archaeological Views Biblical Archaeology Review July/August, 2015, pp. 32, 68. 
                         A popoular editorial about the excavations at Gezer

 

 

Guarding the Border to Jerusalem: The Iron Age City of Gezer
in Near Eastern Archaeology 75/1:4-19

 

 

"Gezer," S. Ortiz and S. Wolff, in Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception,De Gruyter (Berlin, Boston) Volume 10, 2015.10.1515.

"Macalister at Gezer: A Perspective from the Field," Wolff, Arbino, and Ortiz

"More 'Boundary of Gezer' Inscriptions: One New and Another Rediscovered," Eric. Mitchell, R. Adam Dodd, and S. Cameron Coyle. Israel Exploration Society 64 (2014): 191-207.

"Gezer," in the [Oxford] Encyclopedia of Bible and Archaeology. S. Ortiz. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Daniel Master (ed.), pp. 468-474 (2013).

"Neo-Assyrian Seal from Gezer in Context," Tallay Ornan, Steven Ortiz, and Samuel Wolff, Israel Exploration Journal 63 (2013):6-25.

"Tel Gezer, 2006-2009." S. Ortiz, S. Wolff, G. Arbino; in Hadashot Arkheologiyot: Excavations and Surveys in Israel 123, Israel Antiquities Authority 123 (2011).

"Two New Hellenistic Lead Weights of the Tanit Series," Samuel R. Wolff and Gerald Finkielsztejn. in J. David Schloen (ed.) Exploring the Longue Durée: Essays in Honor of Lawrence E. Stager. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2009. Pp.  497-506.