What does it say?
Here’s the video of Arthur Segal translating the first line of the inscription. The sound quality is not the best, but it’s worth watching for Arthur’s gestures and Andrea’s bounciness. I think there must have a been a bee buzzing around Andrea; that’s why she’s waving her hands in front of her face a couple of times.
Who’s who? Andrea Heiliger, illustrator for the Concordia team, is in the gray shirt and white hat; Kristina Neumann, assistant director for the Concordia team, is wearing the red bandanna around her head; Arthur Segal, head archaeologist of the dig and director of the Haifa team, is in the navy shirt; Mark Schuler, director of the Concordia team, is in the gray Yale shirt; later in the video they are joined by Michael Eisenberg, second in command for the whole dig.
July 20, 2009 @ 7:47 pm
Awesome Andrea! Good thing we prevented that wall from collapsing!