Burial enclosure at the Head of the Qumran Cemetery discovered by two

CSULB students during the 2002-3 Judean Desert Explorations/Excavations expedition.

 

 

 

 

The interior of Cave 4 from Qumran, the mother lode of all Qumran manuscript-bearing caves

 

 

 

 

1990-92 CSULB Walking Survey of Dead Sea Shores and cliffs

 

 

 

 

An interior Mural in the Step Palace at Masada

 

 

 

 

Lookout overlooking the effluence of the Kedron to the Dead Sea

and the Wharf at Khirbat Mazin, discovered by CSULB Walking Survey

of the Shores of the Dead Sea, 1991-92.

 

 

 

 

1992 CSULB radar groundscan of the top of the marl of Caves 4-6.

 

 

1992 CSULB radar groundscan of the Qumran marl cliffs in the Wadi Qumran.

 

 

 

1990-92 CSULB Walking Survey of the Shores of the Dead Sea:

Inhabited Cave withdoorway lintel about 10-15 kilometers south of Qumran.

 

 

 

 

1992 CSULB Radar groundscan of the ruins at Qumran.

 

 

 

 

Tomb attributed by tradition to Zechariah next to the tomb attributed to James in the Kedron Valley

 

 

 

View of the Fortress of Masada from a distance

 

 

 

Robert Eisenman in the mouth of Cave 4 during 1992 CSULB Radar Groundscan