In a setting that ranges from Indianapolis to Athens, and from Crete to Jerusalem, students, volunteers, and archaeologists move in and out of each other's lives in a story that involves love, terrorist intrigue, and the excitement of archaeological discovery. This book will prove especially attractive to those who love History and Archaeology, and who appreciate a story told with accurate professional and geographic details. The book is the third in the "Gold of Qumran" series, but one need not have read the first two volumes to appreciate Volume Three.
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About the Author
Dr. Richard A. Todd, PhD, is Associate Professor Emeritus of History at Wichita State University. He has lived and studied throughout Europe, including everywhere the "Gold of Qumran" series is set. He has studied in Israel and has participated in an archaeological dig there. Richard has also authored "Victory to the Arts," a scholarly work on Classical motifs on Napoleonic medallions, and numerous scholarly articles.