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The Biblical Archaeology Society presents its 2012 Israel tour: Exclusive Israel
Join the Biblical Archaeology Society and tour guide Danny Herman on an extraordinary journey through biblical history with elite access to sites and scholars in Israel this October.
The Biblical Archaeology Society’s Exclusive Israel program takes place entirely on site in Israel, and includes visits to historically significant sites such as: Caesarea, where the ancient world’s largest artificial harbor attests to the extraordinary achievements of Roman engineering;
The Exclusive Israel program itinerary includes special behind-the-scenes access to ancient sites and their excavators. Participants will be able to explore the wonders of Israel while learning from and engaging with some of the world’s foremost experts in Biblical history and archaeology.
The Biblical Archaeology Society’s educational Israel program will be led by one of the country’s most sought after guides. Danny Herman, an Israeli native, lecturer and former archaeologist, is a licensed guide and has both B.A. and M.A. degrees in archaeology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The author of multiple articles, Mr. Herman has served as a consultant for a Travel Channel production on the Copper Scroll and the caves of Qumran, and spent time as an archaeology guide for the Israel Antiquities Authority, the Shrine of the Book and the Bible Lands Museum.
For more information on this educational travel program, please contact the Biblical Archaeology Society’s Travel/Study Department at 1.800.221.4644 ext. 216, or visit us online.
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The Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) was founded in 1974 as a nonprofit, nondenominational, educational organization dedicated to the dissemination of information about archaeology in the Bible lands.