Dr. Katharina Streit
I received my undergraduate training at Oxford University, graduating in 2009. I then decided to continue my studies at Hebrew University and completed my MA in 2012. In course of my MA thesis I got particularly interested in the Protohistory of the southern Levant, and focused on this topic in my PhD, which I completed recently. The Ein el-Jarba excavation was started as part of my thesis research, but continues to be part of my postdoctoral work.
Marina is a postgraduate student of Archaeology and Assyrology at the Hebrew University. At the Ein el-Jarba Excavation Project she is area supervisor and instructs volunteers in excavation methodology and documentation.
Alla is a former linguist and a graduate student of Archaeology at the Hebrew University. At the Ein el-Jarba Excavation Project she will be supervising in the field and is in charge of surveying and mapping of the site with the total station.
Hadas is a postgraduate student of Archaeology and Egyptology at Hebrew University. At Ein el-Jarba, she is in charge of find registration and database work. As our logistic talent, Hadas set up the entire infrastructure of the project.
Ayelet is an undergraduate student of Biblical Archaeology and Prehistory at Hebrew University and is contributing with her experience of earlier periods and flint material. She is supervising at the site and instructing volunteers.
Dotan is a graduate of Tel Aviv University and works for the Israel Antiquities Authority. At Ein el-Jarba he is mainly responsible for logistics in the field.