Tag Archives: Louise Hitchcock

Philpacolypse Now! The 2012 Melbourne Excavations at Tell es-Safi/Gath

By Louise Hitchcock.   You can download the audio of her presentation directly here (it’s 122 MB).  Or you can go here if you don’t want to download it directly.

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The Safi Kids at Qeiyafa

With Aren Yosi either lecturing on the site with illustrations or reading a book to the assembled youngsters [and Aren, who is leaning on the wall… hmm… leaning on the wall, that sounds biblical, and dangerous!] …  via Louise Hitchcock … Continue reading

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Goings On at Gath: Photos From Louise Hitchcock

Louise is working at Gath, looking, one presumes, for Goliath’s cereal bowl.  Until she finds that, she’s digging up some other cool stuff (along of course with the rest of the good folk there led by the inestimably gifted Aren … Continue reading

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Calling Someone a Philistine Is Really a Compliment

The Philistines were really amazingly cultured, as the excavation at Gath (and elsewhere) has shown.  This reminder of that simple fact provoked by the appearance of a paper by Louise Hitchcock titled ‘Who Are you Calling a Philistine?‘  You’ll, I … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Louise Hitchcock!

Aren reports … my good friend, colleague, team member and research partner, Louise Hitchcock, of the University of Melbourne, who [has]  just notified me that she has been awarded the rank of Associate Professor!  Well done and without a question … Continue reading

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