Israel Finkelstein

Department of Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations
Tel Aviv University

Fields of interest:

Archaeology of the Levant in the Bronze and Iron Ages; Biblical archaeology and biblical history.

Recent publications:

I. Finkelstein, D. Ussishkin and E.H. Cline, Eds:
Megiddo V: The 2004-2008 Seasons,
Tel Aviv, 2013

I. Finkelstein,
La Royaume Biblique Oublié,
Paris 2013

I. Finkelstein, O. Sergi and O. Lipschits
Tell er-Rumeith in Northern Jordan: Some Archaeological and Historical Observations
Semitica 55 (2013), pp. 7-23

I. Finkelstein, I. Koch and O. Lipschits
The Biblical Gilead: Observations on Identifications, Geographic Divisions and Territorial History
Ugarit-Foschungen 43 (2012), pp. 131-159.

I. Finkelstein, S. Faigenbaum, B. Sober, A. Shaus, M. Moinester, E. Piasetzky, G. Bearman and M. Cordonsky
Multispectral Images of Ostraca: Acquisition and Analysis
JAS 12 (2012): 3581-3590.

I. Finkelstein, L. Zapassky, Y. Gadot, and I. Benenson
An Ancient Relation between Units of Length and Volume Based on a Sphere
PLoS ONE 7/3 (2012): 1-6.

I. Finkelstein,
Tell el-Farah (Tirzah) and the Early Days of the Northern Kingdom,
Revue Biblique 119 (2012): 331-346.

I. Finkelstein, A. Fantalkin,
Khirbet Qeiyafa: An Unsensational Archaeological and Historical Interpretation
Tel Aviv 39 (2012): 38-63.

I. Finkelstein,
The Historical Reality behind the Genealogical Lists in 1 Chronicles,
Journal of Biblical Literature 131 (2012): 65-83.