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  • Marcos Fernández

    Natalio Fernández-Marcos Professor,  Spanish Council for Scientific Research

    Natalio Fernández Marcos is research professor in the Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC), Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, Madrid (Spain).  He is author of Biblia Hebraica Quinta. 7 Judges (2011). The Septuagint in Context: Introduction to the Greek Versions of the Bible (2009). Scribes and Translators: Septuagint and Old Latin in the Books of Kings (1994), and Septuaginta. La Biblia griega de judíos y cristianos (2008).

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    Ruth Fidler Senior Lecturer,  Gordon Academic College

    Ruth Fidler is a senior lecturer in the Bible Studies Department at Gordon Academic College, Haifa, Israel. She is the author of Dreams Speak Falsely? Dream Theophanies in the Bible: Their Place in Ancient Israelite Faith and Traditions [Hebrew] (Jerusalem: Magnes, 2005) and of “A Wife’s Vow—The Husband’s Woe? (1 Samuel 1,21.23): The Case of Hannah and Elkanah,” ZAW 118 (2006): 374–88.

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  • Israel Finkelstein

    Israel Finkelstein Professor,  Tel Aviv University

    Israel Finkelstein is professor of archaeology in the Department of Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations at Tel Aviv University. He directs the Megiddo expedition and is co-director of the European research project “Reconstructing Ancient Israel: The Exact and Life Sciences Perspective.” He is the author of numerous publications, including The Forgotten Kingdom: The Archaeology and History of Northern Israel (SBL, 2013).

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  • John T. Fitzgerald

    John T. Fitzgerald Professor,  University of Notre Dame

    John T. Fitzgerald is professor of New Testament and early Christianity at the University of Notre Dame.

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