Recent Announcements


"Mapping Ancient Identities" Workshop

posted May 29, 2014, 5:04 AM by Meir Edrey   [ updated May 29, 2014, 5:04 AM ]

FARLI is proud to announce that our chairman Mr. Meir Edrey was invited to speak in "Mapping 
Ancient Identities" at the Frei Universitaet in Berlin. The subject of his lecture will be "How the Lebanese Landscape Shaped Phoenician Culture."  

Find out more in this link

FARLI on twitter

posted Mar 25, 2012, 10:42 AM by Meir Edrey   [ updated Mar 25, 2012, 10:44 AM ]


FARLI has joined twitter! Get your FARLI updates at: 

Team FARLI. 

FARLI Has Over 300 Facebook Fans!

posted Jun 15, 2011, 8:55 AM by Meir Edrey   [ updated Jun 15, 2011, 9:04 AM ]

The Foundation for Archaeological Research of the Land of Israel has reached 300 friends and supporters! We thank you all for your support.  

Join the FARLI Facebook community as well and receive updates and news reports on archaeological discoveries from Israel and the Southern Levant. 


You can also contact us directly on FARLI's new facebook profile here
 

FARLI's Facebook page has reached 250 Friends!

posted Jan 11, 2011, 10:09 AM by Meir Edrey

The Foundation for Archaeological Research of the Land of Israel has reached 250 friends and supporters! We thank you all for your support, and 'Like' you all back. 

Join the FARLI Facebook community as well and receive updates and news reports on archaeological discoveries from Israel and the Southern Levant. 

FARLI is Proud to Announce its Newest Project: Ancient Pottery Database!

posted Dec 1, 2010, 5:13 AM by Team FARLI   [ updated Dec 1, 2010, 5:15 AM ]

The Foundation for Archaeological Research of the Land of Israel is proud to announce the launch of its newest Project: The FARLI Ancient Pottery Database. In the spirit of FARLI's goals to promote the archaeological research of the land of Israel and the southern Levant, and to develop new technological tools in the service of archaeology, FARLI launches the Ancient Pottery Database. This website is an ever growing picture-based database of the pottery of the Ancient Near East. The pottery assemblages are divided into geographical areas, periods of use, types and ceramic families and includes valuable information on each vessel such as; measurements, special features, parallels and bibliographic references. 

We hope you will find this new website both enriching and enjoyable! Visit it now at: http://apd.farli.org

Team FARLI

FARLI's One Year Anniversary

posted Nov 28, 2010, 5:53 PM by Team FARLI

FARLI is one year old! We hope the following years will be even more fruitful and productive. We thank you all for your ongoing support in here and on our Facebook page. 


We are currently working on a few new and exciting projects to be announced soon. Visit us again to find out more


Team FARLI 

FARLI is Proud to Announce its Newest Member

posted Feb 25, 2010, 2:51 AM by Team FARLI   [ updated Nov 28, 2010, 5:57 PM ]

The Foundation for Archaeological Research of the Land of Israel is proud to announce Mr. Diarmaid Walshe has recently joined the FARLI team. 

Diarmaid Walshe is a community archaeologist based in South-East England and is a leading authority on Roman Grog Temper pottery of Southern England. He has a long association with Israel and has been heavily involved in excavations in the region.

A master graduate in Field Archaeology from the University of Sussex is currently a Doctorial researcher in the area Roman pottery.  Diarmaid is at present is engaged in running the Darent Valley Archeologically Project which is investigating Roman and Saxon settlement patterns in the valley which has the heaviest concentration of Villas outside the Mediterranean region.  He is also the Director of Archtools one of the leading suppliers of Archaeological Tools and Equipment.

FARLI on Facebook

posted Jan 9, 2010, 1:34 PM by Team FARLI   [ updated Jan 9, 2010, 2:00 PM ]


The Foundation for Archaeological Research of the Land of Israel has launched a page on Facebook! 

Join our fan base and receive updates, news and accouterments on your facebook page! 

To see our page click here.

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FARLI officaly affiliated with WKAS

posted Dec 23, 2009, 4:26 PM by Team FARLI   [ updated Nov 28, 2010, 5:59 PM ]

The Foundation for Archaeological Research of the Land of Israel is honored to be officially affiliated with the West Kent Archaeological Society. The WKAS was founded in 2008 in Kent, England by local archaeologists, students and enthusiasts in order to promote local archaeology to the surrounding community. 

The WKAS is conducting excavations and surveys in the West Kent area, hosting archaeological workshops and other local archaeology related events. It is already affiliated with the Council for British Archaeology and the NCMD: Landscape Explorers Group in Southeast England.

For more details on the WKAS click here.

FARLI Participates in "Israel-Gives.org"s Fund Raising Campaign

posted Dec 6, 2009, 2:04 PM by Meir Edrey   [ updated Dec 7, 2009, 7:20 AM by Team FARLI ]


The Foundation for Archaeological Research in the Land of Israel (RA) is participating in "Israel-Gives.org"s internet fund raising campaign! This is your chance to donate, make a difference and enjoy the tax benefits of the end of the year. The campaign begins Tuesday, December 12th, 2009.

For more details and donations please click here!

All donations are welcomed and highly appreciated.

The FARLI Team.

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