Contributors

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  • Mary Ann Beavis

    Mary Ann Beavis Professor,  University of Saskatchewan

    Mary Ann Beavis is professor of religion and culture at St. Thomas More College, the University of Saskatchewan. She is the author of many articles and several books, most recently a commentary on the Gospel of Mark (Baker, 2012).

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  • Bechar-Shlomit

    Shlomit Bechar codirector,  Selz Foundation Hazor Excavations

    Shlomit Bechar has been the codirector of the Selz Foundation Hazor Excavations in Memory of Yigael Yadin since 2015; she has been a leading staff member of the Hazor team since 2007. Shlomit received her PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is the coauthor of the seventh volume of the Hazor reports, which examine the Bronze Age remains in Area A and is now coauthoring the eighth volume, which deals with the remains in Area M. She will be senior lecturer at the School of Archaeology and Maritime Civilizations at the University of Haifa, beginning October 2022.

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    Bob Becking Professor,  Utrecht University

    Bob Becking taught for thirty years Hebrew Bible at Utrecht. He is currently preparing a monograph on the Cultural History of Elephantine in the Persian Period. Latest book: Bob Becking, Ezra-Nehemiah, HCOT (Leuven Peeters, 2018)

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  • Zvi Ben-Dor Benite

    Zvi Ben-Dor Benite Professor,  New York University

    Zvi Ben-Dor Benite is professor of history and Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies at New York University and is the author of The Ten Lost Tribes: A World History (Oxford University Press, 2009).

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