Daniel Leviathan

Jahrgang 1991, B.A. (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), seit 2014 Hebrew University of Jerusalem Master Degree – The Faculty of Humanities Excellence Program, "Specialization in the Late Antiquity and its Heritage“ & Archaeology and the Ancient Near East with a focus on Classical Archaeology, especially the Roman Period, seit 2013 Mitarbeit beim „New Tiberias Excavation Project“ unter der Leitung von Dr. Katia Cytryn-Silverman, 1.9. bis 31.10.2015 Gaststudent am DFG-Graduiertenkolleg

Forschungsschwerpunkte: Arts in Archaeology with a Specialization in the Study of Late Antiquity and its Legacy

Forschungsprojekt: The Colonnaded Streets of Roman Palestine: An Archaeological-Architectural Analysis