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Leading Archaeology Journal Now Online

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The leading journal of the Israel Antiquities Authority, Atiqot, is now available for you to enjoy online at www.atiqot.org.il. Articles published in Atiqot are the result of the numerous salvage excavations conducted each year on behalf of the Israel Antiquities Authority, which provides the most encompassing research on the region and its connections with the neighboring countries.

 

“This is an amazing free resource for those who love Israel and love finding out about what we have discovered in Israel,” said Haim Gutin, Israel Commissioner of Tourism for North and South America. “Archaeology continues to prove that Israel is indeed the land of the Bible.”

 

The online edition of Atiqot is published for the convenience of researchers and archaeology lovers worldwide, enabling easy access to the extensive and important data it contains. Articles are published in English or in Hebrew, with those in Hebrew followed by an abstract in English. While the articles are available to read free of charge, registration is required to access the material.

 

According to the Israel Antiquities Authority, the online edition, along with the printed journal, will be “a breakthrough in the archaeological research of Israel,” standing out prominently among other online journals in the field of archaeology and its related disciplines. The online edition of Atiqot is another major milestone in the documentation of archaeological research in Israel, and it joins the online journal Hadashot Arkheologiyot – Excavations and Surveys in Israel and the Israel Archaeological Survey site, which are also published by the Israel Antiquities Authority.

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