an Excavation Report
NOTE: An Excavation Report
is a paper that examines the previous excavations that were
conducted at the site noting the various periods (i.e.
Early Bronze, Iron Age, Roman, Byzantine, etc.) that were
present and what the archaeologists found at the site.
Several sites are suggested below for an Excavation Report in Biblical Archaeology. The following bibliographies are provided for your convenience, however you must choose your sources wisely. Some journal articles require an institution subscription for sites such as JSTOR, ProQuest, etc..
TIP: If you want the correct TURABIAN format in
your paper you can copy and paste these listed sources "as is" into
your Bibliography, but do not copy the hyperlinks (i.e. LINK or
JSTOR buttons). To create your footnotes some changes will be
required with punctuation
and the order of the authors
name. See Turabian help LINK
- Beersheva (Tel Beer Sheva)
- Jerusalem: Hezekiah Tunnel
- Jerusalem: Palace of David
- Jerusalem: Pool of Siloam
- Jerusalem: Temple Mount
- Jerusalem: Temple Mount Salvage Project
- Jerusalem: Warren's Gate
- Jerusalem: Western Wall Tunnel
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