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Amos Kloner

Amos Kloner, 2008

Amos Kloner (born February 26, 1940) is an archaeologist and professor emeritus [1] in the Martin Szusz Department of the Land of Israel Studies at the Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel, where he teaches Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine archaeology.[2]

Kloner led the Israel Antiquities Authority's excavation of the Talpiot Tomb in 1980.[3]

Publications in English

  • Amos Kloner; Agudah le-seḳer arkheʼologi shel Yiśraʼel (2003). Survey of Jerusalem: the northwestern sector, introduction and indices. Israel Antiquities Authority.  
  • Amos Kloner; Donald T. Ariel (2003). Maresha Excavations Final Report: Subterranean complexes 21, 44, 70. Israel Antiquities Authority.  
  • Adi Erlich; Amos Kloner (31 March 2010). Maresha Excavations Final Report II: Hellenistic Terracotta Figurines from the 1989-1996 Seasons. Israel Antiquities Authority.  
  • Amos Kloner; Adi Erlich (2008). Maresha Excavations Final Report: Hellenistic terracotta figurines from the 1989-1996 seasons. Israel Antiquities Authority.  
  • Amos Kloner; Boaz Zissu (2007). The Necropolis of Jerusalem in the Second Temple period. Peeters.  
  • Gideon Avni; Uzi Dahari; Amos Kloner (2008). The necropolis of Bet Guvrin-Eleutheropolis. Israel Antiquities Authority.  

References

  1. ^ "Bar-Ilan University had given "Emeritus Professor" title to 9 researchers and lectures in the university", Bar-Ilan University site, March 24, 2009
  2. ^ http://lisa.biu.ac.il/en/node/1588
  3. ^ http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2007/02/070228-jesus-tomb.html


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