Nurit Feig
Israel Antiquities Authority

Nurit Feig is a senior archaeologist, researcher, and excavator at the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA), where she has worked since 1980. Previously she was the director of their archive, and led its digitalization project. Feig holds an M.A. in archaeology from Tel Aviv University, where she is also a Ph.D. candidate. She has directed more than 50 salvage excavations, among them the Third Wall and Khirbet er-Ras (Rephaim Valley) at Jerusalem, as well as Tel Afula, Akko and Tel Agol in the North. Among Feig’s articles are “New Discoveries in the Rephaim Valley, Jerusalem” (PEQ 1996); “The Environs of Jerusalem in the Iron Age II (2000); “Excavations at Beith Safafa” (Atiqot 2004), and “Tel ‘Amal – An Iron Age II Settlement in the Beth-Shean Valley” (2013).  

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June 24, 2021

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