Hasegawa, S, “The Southern Levant in the Shadow of Imperial Powers: Tel Rekhesh in the Late Iron Age” has been just published in The Reach of the Assyrian and Babylonian Empires: Case studies in Eastern and Western Peripheries (Studia Chaburensia, 8), edited […]
Tel Rekhesh project is an archaeological project to investigate Tel Rekhesh, the multi-period site in the eastern Lower Galilee. The project aims at elucidating the nature, settlement history of the site and material culture of the region. The project is currently directed by H. Kuwabara (Tenri University, Tenri), S. Hasegawa (Rikkyo University, Tokyo), and Y. Paz (IAA).
Our article “Who Built Tel Rekhesh?” has been just published in Biblical Archaeology Review 46/4 (2020), pp. 34-40.
We are pleased to announce that our research proposal Practical Research on 3 Dimensional Modeling of Archaeological Remains by SfM-MVS Photogrammetry, as Shared Research Resources was approved by JSPS for Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C) between 2020-2022 (Representative researcher: Prof. Hidemasa […]
A preliminary report of the 2013-2017 seasons that is based on our presentation at the 11th ICAANE in Munich in 2018 has just been published.
Our article “A 1st–2nd Century CE Assembly Room (Synagogue?) in a Jewish Estate at Tel Rekhesh, Lower Galilee” has been just published in Tel Aviv 46 (2019), pp. 128-142.