Excavating in the Shadow of Alexander the Great; Michael G. Hasel, PhD; October 7, 2010
In this lecture, Hasel shares the latest archaeological discoveries found at Khirbet Qeiyafa. In the 2010 season, the Southern Adventist University excavation team uncovered a large building dating to the time of Alexander the Great, the late fourth century B.C. This discovery, along with Hellenistic period pottery and coins, provides strong evidence for a second period of occupation at this important biblical site.
Michael Hasel (PhD 1996, University of Arizona) is director of the Institute of Archaeology and curator of the Lynn H. Wood Archaeological Museum at Southern Adventist University. At present, he is co-director for The Fourth Expedition to Lachish.
Archaeology, Lecture Series
History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology
Hasel, Michael G. and Southern Adventist University, "Excavating in the Shadow of Alexander the Great; Michael G. Hasel, PhD; October 7, 2010" (2010). Lynn H. Wood Archaeological Museum Lecture Series. 12.