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New Egypt Historical Society, New Jersey

The Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing the history of Egyptian Society alive for a new generation. Our monthly meetings and quarterly seminars in conjunction with area museums are but the beginning of a wonderful journey into the past! Join us via Internet, bimonthly magazine, meeting attendance or simple write-ins and we will try to share the enthusiam of this so very vital culture.

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Cobb Institute of Archaeology

At Mississippi State University, the Lahav Project at Tell Halif, Early Bronze through Byzantine period.

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Israel Exploration Society

Non-profit organization, assists researchers with organizing excavations, enlisting financial support for archaeological projects, publishing results of such projects and liaison and cooperation with other institutions in the field of publication and in a collective effort to promote archaeology.

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Israeli Antiquities Authority

The Israel Antiquities Authority is in charge of the country's antiquities and antiquity sites, their excavation, preservation, conservation, study and publication thereof, as well as the country's antiquity treasures. Graphics heavy and watch out for Java, but has a nice news service. English and Hebrew.

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Institut français d'archéologie orientale du Caire

Conducts archaeological work in the Sudan, Turkey, Thailand, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Mexico, and the United Arab Emirates.

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Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Institute of Archaeology, work at several sites.

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Department of Archaeology

University of Haifa; has a number of researchers working.

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Kenyon Institute

Supports a few graduate students and undertakes excavations. A new body, the Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL), was therefore created out of the BIAAH and the BSAJ (British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem) with its regional headquarters in Amman but maintaining the old BSAJ building in Jerusalem which was renamed in honour of one of the major figures of our past "" as the Kenyon Institute.

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The American School of Oriental Research

Has been conducting archaeological reseach for 100 years, and has several ongoing projects in Israel.

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Colby College

Department of Religion conducts archaeology in Israel.

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Archaeological Sites in Israel

Archaeological Sites in Israel and Israel. About.com

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Univ. of Pennsylvania Museum of archaeology and Anthropology

Department of Western Asiatic Archaeology, research in Bahrain, Yemen, Turkmenistan, Iran, Iraq, and Syria. [Archaeological Sites] [Iraq] [University Programs]

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CenturyOne Foundation

"its goals are to fund in whole and/or in part archaeological projects, historical and biblical research, lectures and symposiums, publications and education on subjects pertaining to the time of the first century C.E./A.D." [Biblical Archaeology] [Research Organizations]

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Biblical Archaeology Society

"presenting the excitement of archaeological discovery and groundbreaking Bible scholarship to a popular audience for 25 years through magazines, books, videos, slide sets, tours and seminars". [Biblical Archaeology] [Research Organizations]

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Associates for Biblical Research

"demonstrating through field work the historical reliability of the Scriptures". [Biblical Archaeology] [Research Organizations]

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American Schools of Oriental Research

"ASOR's mission is to initiate, encourage, and support research into, and public understanding of, the peoples and cultures of the Near East from the earliest times". [Biblical Archaeology] [Research Organizations]

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Near East Archaeological Society

founded in 1957; "the focus of NEAS is on research in the lands of the Bible, the modern Middle East, with a distinctly evangelical perspective." [Biblical Archaeology] [Research Organizations]

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Madison Biblical Archaeology Society (MBAS)

at the Department of Hebrew and Semitic Studies, University of Wisconsin [Biblical Archaeology] [Research Organizations]

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The Foundation for Biblical Archaeology

"an IRS-approved, Nonprofit Organization established in the State of North Carolina in 1996 to promote the science of biblical archaeology by providing funding and support for expeditions, publication, research, and education". [Biblical Archaeology] [Research Organizations]

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Danish Society of Biblical Archaeology

information in both Danish and English [Biblical Archaeology] [Research Organizations]

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