Tall el-Hammam Archaeological Excavation in Jordan River Valley at Dead Sea
Dec 25, 2009Public
Photo: Part of the excavation group at the Tall el-Hammam Pottery Dump where the non-diagnostic pottery is taken after the daily pottery reading by the archaeologists
Photo: Dr. Steve Collins research based upon Genesis 13 and the geography and archaeology of the region
Photo: Dr. Steve Collins research based upon Genesis 13 and the geography and archaeology of the region
Photo: Dr. Steve Collins research based upon Genesis 13 and the geography and archaeology of the region
Photo: Dr. Steve Collins research based upon Genesis 13 and the geography and archaeology of the region
Photo: Kikkar of the Jordan River Valley. Dr. Steve Collins research based upon Genesis 13 and the geography and archaeology of the region
Photo: Good view of the Jordan River Valley and the Kikkar that shows the disk where the Cities of the Plain including Sodom and Gomorrah were located (Genesis 13)
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Photo: Tall el-Hammam, the biblical Sodom and largest of the Cities on the Plain, showing both upper and lower tells with the hot springs in the middle where most of the trees grow
Photo: Tall el-Hammam, the biblical Sodom and largest of the Cities on the Plain, showing both upper and lower tells with the hot springs in the middle where most of the trees grow
Photo: Tall el-Hammam, the biblical Sodom and largest of the Cities on the Plain, showing both upper and lower tells with the hot springs in the middle where most of the trees grow
Photo: Tall el-Hammam, the biblical Sodom and largest of the Cities on the Plain, showing both upper and lower tells with the hot springs in the middle where most of the trees grow
Photo: Tall el-Hammam, the biblical Sodom and largest of the Cities on the Plain, showing the upper tell
Photo: Tall el-Hammam, the biblical Sodom and largest of the Cities on the Plain, showing both upper and lower tells with the hot springs in the middle where most of the trees grow
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Photo: Carrying up the equipment to the excavation site
Photo: View of banana fields to the south from lower tell
Photo: Upper Tall from Lower Tall
Photo: Dr. Steve Collins and Field Archaeologist Gary Byers hold the Trinity Southwest University agreement with the Kingdom of Jordan Dept. of Antiquities
Photo: Lower Tall excavation squares
Photo: Sheresa getting her square ready
Photo: Upper Tall
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Photo: Steve McAlister having fun as usual