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Eric Cline’s Lecture on 1177 BC At UT

It was vintage Cline.  Here are some photos.

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One Final Reminder: Eric Cline in Knoxville

1177 B.C.: The Year Civilization Collapsed Dr. Eric Cline September 24, 2015 7:30 pm Lindsay Young Auditorium, Hodges Library, University of Tennessee Reception and book-signing to follow!! In this compelling lecture, Dr. Eric Cline (George Washington University) will discuss his … Continue reading

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Eric Cline in Knoxville

“1177 B.C.: The Year Civilization Collapsed” Eric Cline, George Washington University September 24, 2015 Lindsay Young Auditorium, Hodges Library University of Tennessee 7:30 pm In this compelling lecture, Dr.Cline will discuss his recent book 1177 B.C.: The Year Civilization Collapsed, … Continue reading

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Changes at Megiddo

The site director writes About a month ago our friend Eric Cline, co-director of the Expedition, wrote to me to announce his wish to retire from the Megiddo operation. Eric is busy with many duties as co-director at Kabri, now … Continue reading

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Eric Cline’s Public Lecture- Tonight

Author, archaeologist, and Biblical scholar Dr. Eric Cline presents on the 4,000 year conflict in ancient and contemporary Jerusalem on Wednesday, Sept. 25, at Arcadia University. Free and open to the public, “Jerusalem Besieged: 4,000 Years of Conflict in the City … Continue reading

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Tel Kabri: The 2013 Season

Eric Cline mentioned this and I’m happy to pass it along: The 2013 excavations at the Middle Bronze Age (c. 1750–1550 B.C.E.) Canaanite site of Tel Kabri uncovered architecture and artifacts from one of the largest palatial sites in Israel. I had … Continue reading

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Kabri 2013

There’s a facebook page for the dig at Kabri which commences in just about a week.  Bookmark it and drop in from time to time to see what’s going on.  There’s also a blog.  So, you can be sure to … Continue reading

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Why You Should, Again, Read Eric Cline’s Book When it Comes Out

Because his conclusions says, among other things, this: The period of the Late Bronze Age has rightfully been hailed as one of the golden ages in the history of the world and as a period during which an early global … Continue reading

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Envy is Bad… Envy is Bad… Envy is Bad… ‘Thou Shalt Not Covet…’ And Yet…

Man, am I at present coveting big time.  Chris Rollston made this for Eric Cline (it’s paleo-Hebrew in case you’re wondering).  Envy….  I want one! If you ask nicely I’ll transliterate it for you.   Well, for everyone but Joel … Continue reading

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Eric Cline’s Book “From Eden to Exile” for the Kindle

The Kindle edition of From Eden to Exile, complete with a new Afterword, has just been released today and is now available for download, just in time for Hannukah and Christmas.  It’s a very, very fine book and the Kindle … Continue reading

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Things You Should Know About the New ‘Archaeology and the Media’ Volume

First, you should know that, as Eric Meyers notes The first essay in the section “Archaeology and the Media” is Eric Cline’s powerful piece—“Fabulous Finds or Fantastic Forgeries? The Distortion of Archaeology by the Media and Pseudoarchaeologists, and What We … Continue reading

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Dig at Tel Kabri in 2013 With Eric Cline, Superb Archaeologist And All Around Great Guy

Visit their website at http://digkabri2013.wordpress.com

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‘Famous Archaeologists’? Really? Because That’s not Eric Cline in that Photo!

Joe Zias told me about this strange little website – called ‘Great Archaeology‘.  Hmmm….  So I thought I’d look around.  You know, see what I could see.  So I thumbed through and first off noticed that they list archaeologists alphabetically … Continue reading

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A Tiny Seed And The Tremendous Information it Can Provide: Megiddo

With thanks to Eric Cline for sending along word of this report: Archaeologist Israel Finkelstein is leading his sweating guests to a corner of Tel Megiddo. He points to a black stain on a rock, which on closer inspection turn … Continue reading

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Thank You Eric!

Eric Cline sent along this cool shirt from this year’s Megiddo excavation.  Thank you, Eric!

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More from Megiddo: Eric Cline’s Departure

A moving moment as Eric leaves Megiddo…  I’m calling them ‘Finkle-cline’ photo by Eran Arie

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Megiddo Today

Eric has added more photos (and seems to be uploading even more moment by moment as I post this), so check them out and then check them out again later.  I’ll note again, it seems like the ladies are doing … Continue reading

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Today At Megiddo

Once again Eric comes through with some fantastic photos.  Here are just a small sampling-

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More From Megiddo

Thanks again to Eric for his ongoing daily photo posting joy-

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More On the Mysterious Reappearance of the Megiddo Hoard in the News Today

Earlier I mentioned a press release which described something described months ago in a find at Megiddo.  There’s more, as the American Friends of Tel Aviv University point out (with thanks to Joe Lauer for the heads up) – Researchers … Continue reading

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