Archaeology and the Bible with Talmadge Gerald
My life is in "ruins."
We had a pretty decent view of the Dead Sea and the Jordan River Valley from Field A. New horizons and new adventures.
I coached Trinity International University's undergrad Baseball during my MA therefore, I have large quantity these shirts. They ended up being fabulous dig shirts.
Mosaic map of Palestine, Jordan and the Dead Sea in the Church of St. George in Madaba.
Sunset at Mt. Nebo overlooking the Jordan River Valley. Traditionally this would be the mountain where Moses finally saw the Promised Land and died in Deuteronomy 34.
Every morning we take pictures while the light is good and we get to see the sun rise over the Jordanian desert.
Local shepherds bring their flocks to graze around our excavation site.
Big hats and daily "De"motivationals
Clearly I have yet to learn the art of the "selfie" since you can plainly see my arms and phone in my sunglasses.
Standing on the Temple of Zeus overlooking the ancient city of Jerash.
Traversing the Sea of Aqaba
One of our Jordanian workers invited us to a feast at his home called a "Mansaf."
Six weeks of work and my square will have to wait until next summer.
Working with the Horn Museum I get the opportunity to teach and inspire the future generation of scholars and archaeologists!
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