"We have great faculty who are not just great at teaching archaeology and teaching the Bible, but they are great archaeologists."
Cameron Coyle, 2013 Field Archaeologist
The Tel Gezer Excavation and Publication Project
The Tel Gezer Excavation and Publication Project is a consortium of institutions under thedirection of Steve Ortiz and Sam Wolff. It is a multi-disciplinary field project investigating the Bronze and Iron Age history of the ancient biblical city of Tel Gezer.
Gezer in the News.
For an up close account of the 2017 spring excavation of Gezer's four-room house, see the video here.
Dr. Sam Wolff was a recipient of ASOR's Study of Collections Fellowships. See the ASOR website for the update.
2016 Press Release- See the results from last summer!
There are two additional projects associated with the Tel Gezer Excavations:
The Gezer Regional Survey: contact Dr. Eric Mitchell (email@example.com)
Gezer Water System: contact Dr. Dan Warner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ashland Theological Seminary
College of the Ozarks
Emmaus Bible College
Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary - Marian Eakins Museum
Lancaster Bible College and Graduate School
Affiliated Schools (Includes previous consortium members):
Andrews University (associate 2013)
Clear Creek Baptist College (former consortium)
Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (former consortium, 2006-2013)
Missouri State University
Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU)
The Gezer Regional Council
Israel Nature and National Parks Protection Authority
Affiliated with the Amercian Schools of Oriental Research
Dr. Steve Ortiz
Tandy Institute for Archaeology
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
P.O. Box 22308
Fort Worth, TX 76122
Dr. Sam Wolff
Israel Antiquities Authority
P.O. Box 586
91004 Jerusalem Israel