This might be the first blog dealing specifically with a single archaeological excavation in Israel. If they post regularly, it could prove to be interesting. Someone might want to work on the name. I’m not quite sure how it can be both The Official and Unofficial Weblog of the Tell es-Safi/Gath Archaeological Project. If the excavation director is posting (and he is), it’s official.
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I am in the midst of a Bible study of David, & this weeks lesson deals with David fleeing King Saul to the land of Gath. You website is fascinating & really brings Old Testament stories to life. I will follow your progress with great interest. dwynett (New Richmond, OH, USA)