ASORtv: Excitement on a Dig

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Tags: American School of Oriental Research, Archaeology, ASOR, israel, jordan
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When ASOR Director Andy Vaughn traveled to Israel and Jordan in 2012, he met up with recipients of the Platt and Heritage Fellowships. He asked them three questions…

  1. What is the most exciting thing to happen on a dig?
  2. How has this grant helped you?
  3. What is the strangest and/or toughest thing to happen on a dig?

In this three part video series on ASORTV, watch as these young archaeologists describe their experiences on oversea digs and express their gratitude to all fellowship donors.

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