Re: Tel Kabri 2009
- Ah, yes. They have been duly warned. But, on the offchance that we
do find more than one sensational object, I think it would be
appropriate to publish in BAR first, don't you?
--- In ANEfirstname.lastname@example.org, "victor" <victor@...> wrote:
> Dear Eric,
> Make sure that when you excavate you warn your staff that they are not
> allowed to find more than one sensational object. In other words,
> from atop the Ark is permitted, a pair is unacceptable! Or since your
> digging up in Kabul Land (is that Afghanistan am Jordan?) you may find
> evidence for one of the twenty cities Solomon gave Hiram, but
remains of two
> will be too much.
> Best and happy digging!
> Prof. Victor Avigdor Hurowitz
> Dept. of Bible, Archaeology and ANE
> Ben-Gurion University
> Beer-Sheva, Israel
> Eric H. Cline, Ph.D.
> Chair, Department of Classical and Semitic Languages and Literatures
> Associate Professor of Classics and of Anthropology (Ancient History
> and Archaeology)
> The George Washington University, 345 Phillips Hall, 801 22nd St. NW,
> Washington, D.C. 20052
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> Associate Director (USA), The Megiddo Expedition:
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