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Beit Loya - the lost city

Beit Loya, an important city lost in history, is the third most sacred sites for the Mormon faith. Discover here what it has to offer.

Starkey and the Lachish letters

The archaeologist Starkey was killed in ambush in 1938. He is remembered for his excavations in Lachish and the discovery of its ostracons.

The cultic place at Tel Gezer

Tel Gezer is one of the most important Biblical sites you would find in the Land of Israel and you wouldn't want to miss it. But it is not easily accessible nor can it be easily visited. There is no access except a dirt road and there is barely any signage on site to tell you its great story. At the right seasons, I conduct tours there, mostly for the Israeli public who are eager to see by themselves where Bible meets History. There are a few sites like Gezer in Israel, but Gezer is probably in the top five. In my tour of the site, that usually takes two hours or more, I cover many subjects such as an chronological overview of the site of course, but also the history of the archaeological di