Dr. Tal Kan-Cipor – Meron


Department of Maritime Civilizations

Research fields: archaeology, archaeometallurgy, metal objects from the Middle Bronze Age and other periods, social and economic aspects of the Middle Bronze Age, Maritime and land trade routes, metal sources, documentation and research of traditional and ancient technologies and Industries.

Dr.  Kan-Cipor – Meron PhD research referred to archaeological problems in the Middle Bronze Age II (MBII) concerning the production and usage of tin bronze and arsenical copper weapons found in the Southern Levant archaeological sites. This research also analyzed the known “Warriors’ Graves” phenomenon.  These special Warriors’ Graves indicate the burial of a high-ranking member of society with elevated status.

Dr.  Kan-Cipor – Meron works with Prof. Shalev in his laboratory of materials in archaeology at the University of Haifa, as well as on his research of traditional and ancient technologies and industries which conduct joined community and academic researches.


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