The Most Important Archaeological Finds in Israel, Ever!

Sunday, February 21, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm MST

Archaeology has played an important role in the creation of Israeli and Jewish identity.

In this talk, Dr. David Ilan – one of the Boulder JCC’s most popular speakers – will present ten of the most significant archaeological finds from Israel, from Prehistory through late Antiquity. The discussion will also explain why each of these is important and relevant for us in the modern world.

Dr. David Ilan

A native of Los Angeles, David llan is the director of the Nelson Glueck School of Biblical Archaeology at the Hebrew Union College in Jerusalem. He has excavated at Tel Arad, Tel Megiddo, and Tel Dan. He teaches at the Hebrew Union College and has taught at Tel Aviv University, Hebrew University, and Johns Hopkins University. Since 2005, he has directed the excavations at Tel Dan in northern Israel. He is the editor of the journal NGSBA Archaeology.

The cost of this presentation is $10 per household. Please REGISTER HERE.

This program is part of JFest: The Boulder JCC’s February Fundraiser Reimagined. JFest is a celebration of our community through programming. The entire month will be filled with the incredible virtual programming you’ve come to expect from the Boulder JCC, ending with a 36-hour fundraising drive from February 23-24. Check out our entire list of JFest programs at boulderjcc.org/jfest.

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