The Twelfth Annual Conference "New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region"
The 12th Annual Conference on New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region, will be held on October 10th and 11th, 2018. For over a decade, the conference - a joint venture of the Israel Antiquities Authority, the Hebrew University and Tel Aviv University, has been the forum for presenting the newest findings and most up to date research on the archaeology of Jerusalem and its surrounding region.
FECHA/ DATE/DATA: 10-11/10/2018
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Springer Auditorium, Israel Museum (Jerusalem, Israel) ; Dan Wassong Auditorium Mandel Institute of Jewish Studies, Yitzhak Rabin Building, Mount Scopus Campus, Hebrew University (Jerusalem, Israel)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Yuval Gadot; Joe Uziel; Yehiel Zelinger
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Wednesday, the 10th of October 2018, 19:30 Springer Auditorium Israel Museum, Jerusalem A special premiere in the Israel Museum, Jerusalem Scholars discussing their latest findings Opening remarks Ido Bruno: Director, Israel Museum Israel Hasson: Director, Israel Antiquities Authority Doron Noiwirt: Director, Moriah – Jerusalem Development Corporation Lectures Leah di Segni: The Emperor and the Abbot Build Jerusalem Haggai Misgav: Priests, High Priests and Sons of Priests Yuval Baruch, Danit Levi and Ronny Reich: From Jerusalem to the Binyanei Ha'Uma Pottery Workshop Thursday, the 11th of October 2018 Hebrew University, Mount Scopus Campus Yitzhak Rabin Building, Mandel Institute of Jewish Studies, Dan Wassong Auditorium 8:30 Gathering 9:00 Opening remarks 9:10 Yehiel Zelinger: Archaeology, Conservation and Development in the IAA's Jerusalem District – 2017–2018 Session 1: Passing On the Message – Art and Ideology in Jerusalem, Session chair and discussant: Irit Ziffer 9:30 Tallay Ornan: Symbols of Yahweh: The Contribution of the Jerusalem Excavations 10:00 Nadav Na'aman: Respondent 10:10 Ido Koch: New Light on the Glyptic Finds from Late Iron Age Jerusalem and Judah 10:30 Ortal Chalaf and Asaf Ben-Haim: New Evidence of a Late Second Temple-Period Monumental Building West of the Temple Mount 10:50 Discussion 11:00 Coffee break 11:20 Presentation of Awards: The David Amit Prize for Young Archaeological Scholars, Awards of the Ancient Jerusalem Research Center Session 2: Of Internments and Interred: Form and Identity in Burials from Rome to Jerusalem and Back, Session chair and discussant: Lihi Habas 11:30 Daniela Rossi and Marzia Di Mento: The Catacombs of Villa Torlonia in Light of Recent Conservation Works (The lecture will be given in English) 11:50 Yuval Baruch, Alexander Wiegmann, Amir Genach and Ronny Reich: On the Conservation of the Tombs and Documentation of the Temple Menorahs in Villa Torlonia, Rome 12:00 Kfir Arbiv, Yossi Nagar and Tehillah Lieberman: The Riddle Behind a Mass Burial in the Russian Compound 12:20 Orit Peleg-Barkat and Michael Chernin: At the Top of the Pyramid: A Pyramidal Funerary Monument at Horvat Midras 12:40 Amit Reem: On Death and Funerary Customs in Frankish Jerusalem 13:00 Discussion 13:10 Lunch break A guided tour in English of the photographic exhibition "The Jewish Catacombs of Villa Torlonia, Rome" led by the photographers Jacobo Brugioni and Raffaele Coniglio Session 3: The Village People: On the Character of Jerusalem's Rural Landscape Throughout the Ages, Session chair and discussant: Aren Maeir 14:10 Omer Shalev, Naama Walzer and Yitzhak Paz: From City to Village: The Transition from the Early Bronze Age III to the Intermediate Bronze Age in the Judean Shephelah – A View from Ramat Beth Shemesh 14:30 Shua Kisielvitz, Sarah Tal, Benyamin Storchan and Sabine Kleiman: Closing the Gap: New Light on the Rural Settlement in the Judean Shephelah during the Transition from the Late Bronze to the Iron Age 14:50 Yuval Gadot, Sivan Mizrahi, Liora Freud and David Gellman: What Kind of Village is This?: Structures and Agricultural Activity in Northwestern Jerusalem in the Seventh Century BCE 15:10 Meir Edrey, Inbal Samet and Adrian Boas: Khirbat er-Ram and the Frankish Agricultural Hinterland of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Jerusalem 15:30 Discussion 15:40 Coffee break Session 4: The Show Must Go On: The Theater and Beyond – New Studies on Aelia Capitolina, Session chair and discussant: Guy Stiebel 16:00 Joe Uziel, Avi Solomon and Tehillah Lieberman: News from the Theatre-Like Structure Beneath Wilson's Arch 16:10 Nahshon Szanton, Tehillah Lieberman and Moran Hagbi: From the Tyropoeon to the Tetra Nymphaeum: Renewed Building activities in Jerusalem from 70 CE and into the Second Century CE 16:30 Renan Baker: A Different Take on the Foundation of Aelia Capitolina: Rereading Old and New Sources 16:50 Avner Ecker: The Training and Assembly Ground (Campus) of the Tenth Legion: A Possible dentification North of Damascus Gate 17:10 Discussion Session 5: The Many Names of Jerusalem: New Inscriptions, Session chair and discussant: Aaron Demsky 17:20 Ronny Reich, Yuval Baruch and Danit Levi: A New Inscription Mentioning Jerusalem Found on a Column at Binyanei Ha-'Uma, Jerusalem 17:40 Yoel Elitzur: The Meaning of the Name "Jerusalem" 17:50 Closing remarks
Unless otherwise stated, all lectures will be given in Hebrew