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The other choice is to govern the city by committee—which would mean that every construction project, excavation, restoration or economic initiative favored by Israel would be subject to an Arab veto (and probably also to a European one).
By 2001, scholars were confident that all authentic Dead Sea Scroll fragments, from both excavations and the market, had been published.
The first phase of the excavation in Gateway Park in east Fort Worth will be completed and a trail reopened.
As her readers have come to expect, she is committed to the deep emotional excavation of her characters.
The researchers also point to excavations of seasonal villages and graves that hint at a prehistoric roving life.
The students are using GPR to determine locations for further excavations of artifacts.
This year’s work is to be the first of three phases of excavation over several years between College Boulevard and the ocean.
The disjointed chapters feel fragmentary and experimental, more like a collage or a scrapbook than a standard chronological excavation of the past.
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