A Different Tomb in Lower Galilee
A Hellenistic Tomb discovered in the Galilee?
By Eldad Keynan
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What struck me as most important was the need for a multi-disciplinary approach to analyze certain archaeological finds, such as is discussed in this article.
I find it astonishing that important conclusions can be made by some archaeologists in such a short period of time, without consultation with other relevant disciplines (e.g Geologists, Zoologists, Historians, Forensic Experts). Is this a standard approach? If so, it strongly shakes my confidence in the credibility of Archaeology as a discipline.
I'm encouraged that you did approach the opinions of various disciplines in preparing your article.
I hope that further research is conducted on this special and unique "G-Tomb".
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