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Founded in 1812 and celebrating its bicentennial during the 2011-12 academic year, Lycoming College is a national liberal arts and sciences school dedicated to the undergraduate education of 1,400 students. It offers 35 academic majors and is recognized a...
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Also signing, is Pamela ...
Also signing, is Pamela Gaber, a Lycoming College professor of archaeology, who has written a book for children, Daily Life in Bible Times.
It's all about what she and others have discovered by digging in the Holy Land.
By Pamela Gaber, Valerie Woelfel
The reviewer will be Dr. Pamela ...
The reviewer will be Dr. Pamela Gaber, professor of archaeology and religion at Lycoming College.
Gaber, born and raised in the Chicago area, has a Ph.D. in ancient art and archaeology from Harvard University.
A renowned expert in sculpture typology and pottery chronology, Gaber is fluent in Hebrew.
has done excavation in Israel and Cyprus for many years.
Each summer she
directs the Lycoming College
Expedition to Idation from her
home in Alambra, Cyprus.
New light on religion in ancient ...
New light on religion in ancient Cyprus The second lecture will be presented by Professor Pamela Gaber, the director of archaeological excavations at Idalion on the island of Cyprus, at the University of New England on Friday, April 27, at 9.30am in Lecture Theatre 3 in the UNE Arts Building.
Pamela Gaber, who is Professor of Archaeology and Religion at Lycoming College, Pennsylvania, is an authority on ancient sculpture from Cyprus.
Her seminar paper will be at 9.30am.
Everyone is welcome.
The seminar will focus on two intact sanctuaries found at Idalion: an open-air sacred grove and a sanctuary of â€œpaired deitiesâ€.
According to Professor Gaber there are startling similarities between the cult practices evident at Idalion and those of first-millennium BC Israel.
Pamela Gaber, Professor of ...
Pamela Gaber, Professor of Archaeology and Religion at Lycoming College, is the director of archaeological excavations at Idalion on the island of Cyprus and an authority on ancient sculpture from Cyprus.
Her seminar paper on Friday 27 April, titled "Recent excavations at Idalion, Cyprus: new light on Levantine Cult in the First Millennium BCE", will be at 9.30 am in Lecture Theatre 3 in the UNE Arts Building.
Everyone is welcome.
The seminar will focus on two intact sanctuaries found at Idalion
: an open-air sacred grove and a sanctuary of "paired deities".
According to Professor Gaber
, who has dug at various places in Israel, there are startling similarities between the cult practices evident at Idalion
and those of first-millennium BC Israel.
THE PHOTOGRAPHS displayed here show archaeological remains at Megiddo in Israel, and (courtesy of Professor Pamela Gaber) a limestone statuette of Artemis found at Idalion
Dr. Pamela Gaber - Unearth ...
Dr. Pamela Gaber - Unearth Old World relics
Dr. Pamela Gaber, Professor of Archaeology and Religion at Lycoming College, is a world-renowned expert in the sculpture typology and pottery chronology (the tracking of the development of pottery types(, She trained in Israel in the 1960's and has been working in the field archaeology ever since.
She has been running her own excavation in Cyprus since 1987.
Dr. Gaber continued her emphasis on training students in excavation techniques, recording , and interpretation. by the end of each season field school students each ruin a trench for 3 days that includes recording, tagging, measuring, drawing and consulting on tactical decisions.