Clinical Assistant Professor of Archaeology
Jill (Citron) Katz teaches archaeology and anthropology at Yeshiva University with a specialty in biblical archaeology.
Dr. Katz has excavated at several sites in Israel, including Ashkelon, Tel Haror/Gerar, and most recently Tell es-Safi/Gath where she currently serves as Area Supervisor for Area P. Her research interests focus on the nature of Israelite leadership during the time of the Judges (Iron I period) and on emergent urban life during the time of King David (Iron IIa).
The Archaeology of Cult in Middle Bronze Age Canaan: The Sacred Area at Tel Haror, Israel (2009)
Find Jill C. Katz’s publications on YAIR: Yeshiva Academic Institutional Repository
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