Eran Arie

The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Pomegranate and Poppy-Capsule Headings from Ivory and Bone in the Late Bronze and Iron Ages: Putting the Famous Inscribed Ivory Pomegranate in Context

Amitai Baruchi-Unna

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Mordechai Cogan

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The Cylinder Inscription of Sargon II: A Study in the Relationship between Text Composition and City Construction

Avner Ecker

Bar-Ilan University

Hannah M. Cotton

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The Legio X Fretensis Welcomes the Emperor: A Latin Inscription on a Monument Erected for Hadrian in 129/130 CE

Matthew J. Adams

W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research

Melissa Cradic

University of California, Berkeley

Yoav Farhi

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Max Peers

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Yotam Tepper

The Israel Antiquities Authority
A Betyl with a Decorated Base from the Principia of the Roman VIth Ferrata Legionary Base, Legio, Israel
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