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Finkelstein, Israel

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Personal name headingFinkelstein, Israel
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Variant(s)Finḳelshṭain, Yiśraʼel
פינקלשטיין, ישראל
See alsoEmployer: Universiṭat Bar-Ilan
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Employer: Universiṭat Tel-Aviv
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Graduate of: Universiṭat Tel-Aviv
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Other standard no.Q726264
Associated countryIsrael
Associated placeTel Aviv (Israel)
Birth date1949-03-29
Place of birthTel Aviv (Israel)
Field of activityArchaeology
AffiliationUniversiṭat Bar-Ilan
Universiṭat Tel-Aviv
Profession or occupationArchaeologists College teachers
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inHis Nezirut Ḥorev, 1979: t.p. (Yiśraʼel Finḳelshṭain) p. 53 (Israel Finkelstein [in rom.])
His The archaeology of the Israelite settlement, 1988: t.p. (Israel Finkelstein) jkt. (b. in Tel Aviv 1949)
Kaefer, J.A. Arqueologia das terras da Bíblia, 2015-2016: vol. 2, title page (os arqueólogos Israel Finkelstein e ...)
Wikipedia, July 19, 2021: (Israel Finkelstein is an Israeli archaeologist, professor emeritus at Tel Aviv University. Finkelstein is active in the archaeology of the Levant and is an applicant of archaeological data in reconstructing biblical history. He is also known for applying the exact and life sciences in archaeological and historical reconstruction. Finkelstein is the current excavator of Megiddo, a key site for the study of the Bronze and Iron Ages in the Levant. Born March 29, 1949, Tel Aviv, Israel. Alma mater: Tel Aviv University. From 1976 to 1990, Finkelstein taught at the Department of Land of Israel Studies, Bar-Ilan University, beginning as a teaching assistant. In 1987 he was appointed an associate professor with tenure at Bar-Ilan University and in 1990 moved to the Department of Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations at Tel Aviv University. Since 1992, he has been a Full Professor at Tel Aviv University)