If you're looking for an opportunity to support archaeology and directly impact students, here is a chance. The Huqoq Excavation Project is seeking donations with the target goal of $5,000 to support the travel of three graduate students (object specialists and assistant square supervisors) via experiment.com. To be successful, the target goal of $5,000 must be met in 35 days.
The excavations are exploring the remains of a Late Roman/Byzantine-era synagogue and an associated village. In the past several years, Huqoq has received wide coverage in the media for the discovery fine, colored mosaics in the synagogue, including the unprecedented appearance of a Greek king, perhaps Alexander the Great. For some discussion of the recent discoveries, see coverage in the Times of Israel.
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(Photo Credit: (c) Jim Haberman).