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Professor Trude Dothan (Hebrew: טרודה דותן, born October 12, 1922) is an Austrian-born archaeologist in Israel who focuses on the Late Bronze and Iron Ages in the region, in particular in Philistine culture. A professor at Hebrew University of Jerusalem from 1977, she held the Eliezer Sukenik Chair of Archeology and headed the Berman Center of Biblical Archaeology.
Awards and honors
- 1991 – the Percia Schimmel Award in archaeology, awarded by the Israel Museum.
- 1998 – the Israel Prize, for archaeology.
- 2003 – an honorary PhD from the Hebrew Union College, Jerusalem.
- The Philistines and Their Material Culture, 1982
- People of the Sea: Search for the Philistines (with Moshe Dothan), 1992
- Deir el-Balah: Uncovering an Egyptian Outpost in Canaan from the Time of the Exodus
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