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Towns and Tombs: The Dead Sea Plain in the Early Bronze Age
Explores life along the Dead Sea between 3300 and 2000 BCE, as revealed by excavations at Bab Edh Dhra, site of a sprawling cemetery and a settlement that grew from campsite to village to town, only to be destroyed in 2350 BCE and finally abandoned around 2000.
Every Day in the Land Between, 2000 BCE - 1000 CE
Examines daily life in the Canaan and Israel as strong local traditions of craft, technology, and belief interplayed with influences from Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, and Rome.
Worlds Made Visible
Examines the practice of writing in Mesopotamia, Egypt and the Canaan-Israel and explains how the alphabet gradually supplanted Cuneiform and hieroglyphs. A related exhibit places the Zayit abecedaryd (discovered at the Seminary's current excavation in 2005) in the early history of the alphabet.
A Photographic Memory: Ninety Years of Archaeology at PTS
Juxtaposes archival photographs and first person accounts from the 1920s through the present to illuminate changes in archaeological technique and in the political and cultural spheres in which archaeologists work.