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Archeologists: Amos Kloner

Kloner is associate professor in the Martin Szusz Department of the Land of Israel Studies at the Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel. There he teaches archaeology of the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods. Klonerís academic research is focused on burials and burial customs during the Second Temple period of Jerusalem. His areas of expertise also include ancient synagogues, artificial caves and classical archaeology.

Klonerís publications include: Mesillot on the Arnon: An iron age (pre-Romnan) road in Moab, an article from Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research; Seker Yerushalayim: Ha-ezor ha-deromi; and Mareshah: Madrikh (Pirsume Rashut ha-įatikot).

A former Israel Antiquities Authority district archaeologist for the area of Jerusalem, Kloner published an official report on the 1980 Talpiot excavations of the ossuaries believed to belong to Jesus and his family. His archaeological achievements also include the excavation of an amphitheater and underground system of caves used by Jewish rebels during the second Jewish revolt against the Romans during the second century A.D.

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