This Day in Jewish History 1972: A Trailblazing Female Archaeologist Dies

Hetty Goldman wanted to write novels but thought she had ‘nothing to say.’ Then she discovered human history – and war. And found she had something to say.

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On May 4, 1972, Hetty Goldman, a pioneer in the academic discipline of archaeology and a trailblazer for women in academia in general, died at the age of 90.