Feb 26

16th Annual Snowbird Reception and Luncheon

Boca Raton, Florida

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Three Questions About Archaeology: How do we know where to look? How do we know how old it is?What was the most exciting thing you have ever found?
Prof. Steve Rosen
BGU’s Vice President for External Affairs Department of Bible, Archaeology and Ancient Near East
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Thursday, February 26, 2015
11:30 a.m.
The Polo Club of Boca Raton
5400 Champion Boulevard
Boca Raton, Florida
Event Chairs
Murray H. Shusterman
Ann Waldman
Dorothy Wasserman
Event Vice Chairs
Tanya and Myron Buchman
Sallie Needles

R.S.V.P. to Claire Winick at winickc@aabgu.org or 215-884-4510

Prof. Steven Rosen, an anthropologist, is BGU’s vice president for external affairs and holds the Canada Chair in Near Eastern Archaeology at BGU. A member of the Department of Bible, Archaeology and Ancient Near East, he has been on the BGU faculty since 1988, Prof. Rosen was a part of the original excavation team at Tel Sheva, a biblical site near Beer-Sheva that includes fortified towns of the early Israelite period and the monarchic period of Judah, covered with remnants of small fortresses dated from the Persian to the Roman periods. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Prof. Rosen received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago and is the author of four books, one edited volume, and over 150 journal or book articles.

With appreciation to the co-hosts of this event
Rita and Dr. Sam Agron
Marilyn and J. Robert Birnhak
Tanya and Myron Buchman
Harriet and Mervin Hartman
Elaine Leibowitz
Stefani and Marvin Lev
Sallie Needles
Barbara Rabinowitz
Rita and Joseph Scheller
Murray H. Shusterman
Ann Waldman and Robert Wolf
Dorothy Wasserman
Claire and David Winick