Ehud Netzer

Ehud Netzer ( 13 May 1934 – 28 October 2010) was an Israeli architect, educator and archaeologist, known for his extensive excavations at Herodium, where in 2007 he found the tomb of Herod the Great; and the discovery of the Wadi Qelt Synagogue, the oldest known synagogue ever found.

Netzer served as a professor at the Institute of Archaeology at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He was a world-renowned expert on Herodian architecture. Netzer worked at Masada with Yigael Yadin, and later completed the official excavation report for the site. He later led teams of archaeologists who did important fieldwork at the Herodian palace at Jericho. At Herodium, in the desert near Bethlehem and south of Jerusalem, for more than three decades, Netzer oversaw extensive excavations focusing on remains at the foot and on the sides of the artificial mountain. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Netzer, Ehud.
Published 1981
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by Netzer, Ehud.
Published 2006
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by Levine, Lee I.
Published 1986
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by Meyers, Eric M.
Published 1992
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by Talgam, Rina
Published 2004
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