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Esteememd Scholars

Forum members and scholars with notable contributions 

Prof. Yosef Garfinkel

Archaeologist and academic. Professor of Prehistoric Archaeology and of Archaeology of the Biblical Period at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Notable Bibliography
(2015) Solomon's Temple and Palace: New Archeological Discoveries.
(2018) In the Footsteps of King David: Revelations from an Ancient Biblical City.
(2008) The Prehistory of Israel. Human Cultures before Writing.

Dr. David Shapira

Researcher and lecturer in the fields of the Bible, ancient Egypt and the history of the Israel during the Kingdom period.

Notable Bibliography
(2015) The Moza Temple and Solomon's Temple
(2015) Was Solomon's palace in Jerusalem modelled on Egyptian palaces.
(2020) The “Molten Sea” Revisited.

Dr. Eval Leshem Ramati

Doctor of History and Philosophy of Science. Director and senior teacher at Beit Midrash Raziel. Contributed much on the subject of the Temple and Isaac Newton, and the connection between Science and Spirit.

Notable Bibliography
(2005) Isaac Newton and the Temple

Dr. Nadine Nys

Professor and researcher at the Department of Archaeology, University of Ghent.

Notable Bibliography
(2018) The Sphinx Unriddled.
Sphinxes and Griffins as Political-Religious Symbols in the Ancient Near East.

Dr. Daniel Prokop

PhD in Biblical Studies, Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome; currently
an assistant in the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland and an assistant priest in Samedan, Switzerland.

Notable Bibliography
(2020) The Pillars of the First Temple. A Study from Ancient Near Eastern, Biblical, Archaeological, and Iconographic

Georgina Herrmann

Retired archaeologist and academic, specialising in Near Eastern archaeology.

Notable Bibliography
(1992). The Small Collections from Fort Shalmaneser. Ivories From Nimrud V.

Alan Balfour

Former dean of the Georgia Tech College of Architecture. Held research and faculty positions at MIT, Rice University, Architectural Association School of Architecture, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Notable Bibliography
(2012) Solomon’s Temple:
Myth, Conflict, and Faith.

Dr. Raquel Gilboa

Studied English Literature and History of Art in Tel-Aviv University, acquired her MA on Epstein at the Department of History of Art at Tel- Aviv University, and a PhD on The Book of Genesis as a literary text at The University of Manchester

Notable Bibliography
(1996) Cherubim- An Inquiry into an Enigma.

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