Israel's archeological triumphs through the eyes of a man who was always there
Joseph Aviram, 97, brought David Ben-Gurion one of the Dead Sea Scrolls and took Yigael Yadin up to Masada in the 1960s.
In the world of Israeli archaeology, Joseph Aviram is the man who was there. He was there when Alexander Zaid [a founder of Hashomer, a Jewish defense organization] arrived on horseback to show a group of students the Beit She'arim excavations in the 1930s. He organized the first professional Jewish digs in the 1940s. He brought David Ben-Gurion one of the Dead Sea Scrolls that was found in the Judean Desert in...
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