In celebration of Jerusalem Day, the Temple Mount Sifting Project will conduct a free symposium (via Zoom) on Sunday, March 24. The lecture schedule is below and include some new finds from the Herodian Temple Mount walls. It is free but you will need to register here.
16:00 Yuval Marcus, Live Demonstration of Remote Sifting the Temple Mount Soil
16:40 Zachi Dvira, Adopting to Covid-19 Reality with New Sifting Programs
17:00 Gabriel Barkay, The Story of the Temple Mount Sifting Project
18:10 Zachi Dvira, The Archaeology of the Temple Mount During the First Temple Period
19:00 Haim Shaham, The Maccabean Mint in Jerusalem – What the Coins Tell Us Today
19:40 Daniel Shani, Facing God: Burial Eastward of the Temple Mount Throughout the Generations
20:20 Aaron Greener, The Characteristics of the Terracotta Figurines from the Temple Mount Soil
21:00 Yoav Farhi, Names and Symbols: Jerusalem on Ancient Coins of the Land of Israel
Note that this schedule reflects Israel time. For my USA readers, Israel is eight hours ahead of the Central Standard Time zone.