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  • In Quest of the Temple Mount

    In a sense, this book is the culmination of Leen Ritmeyer's life and career. Of the April 1984 International Congress of Biblical Archaeology in Jerusalem, when his collaborative work with Benjamin Mazar was presented, Ritmeyer wrote, 'At this defining...
  • The Ark of the Covenant: Where has It Been?

    insights into the history of this ancient relic. In the January/February 1996 issue of Biblical Archaeology Review, Leen Ritmeyer marshalled textual, historical and archaeological evidence to suggest the exact spot where the Ark of the Covenant rested...
  • Dr. Leen Ritmeyer

    Dr. Leen Ritmeyer – Architect Even casual followers of Biblical Archaeology have probably heard of Leen Ritmeyer. Leen has served as conservator or architect at dozens of excavations in Israel “from Dan to Beersheva,” including sites as prominent as...
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  • Date Palms: Not In My Back Yard!?!? Or, Maybe...

    Bronze and Early Bronze periods - all the way back to Late Chalcolithic (directly above bedrock). Drawing by Leen Ritmeyer. Our excavations also identified a 'ring road' circling inside both the EB/IB and Middle Bronze (MB) city walls, at least in this...
  • Joshua's Ai Exhibit At Houston Baptist University

    Wood). Four scholars will be the lecturers and facilitators at the symposium (Drs. Bryant Wood, Eugene Merrill, Leen Ritmeyer and Scott Stripling). Visitors to the exhibits and audience at the symposium will gain a renewed appreciation for the changing...
  • Outstanding Finds Made at Khirbet el-Maqatir: May 28-June 8, 2012

    Square Supervisor), Walter Pasedag (ABR, Surveyor), Brian Peterson (Lee University, Cleveland TN, Square Supervisor), Leen Ritmeyer (Ritmeyer Archaeological Design, Architect), Sandra Souza (ABR, Objects Registrar) and Scott Stripling (Wharton County...
  • The Ark of the Covenant

    This article has been republished with permission. For more information regarding the ministry of Leen and Kathleen Ritmeyer, visit Ritmeyer Archaeological Design at
  • The Shiloh Excavations 2017: Season 1 Week 5: Conservation Work

    Bronze Age city wall, W17 in Square AC-30, was selected for conservation. Conservation Program at Tel Shiloh Dr. Leen Ritmeyer, Ritmeyer Archaeological Design During the months of May/June 2017, excavations were carried out at Tel Shiloh. At the...
  • 2014 Excavations at Kh. el-Maqatir: A Proposed New Location for Ai and Ephraim

    excavated in CAV1. Fig. 5. Rendering of the LH/ER city (2014). ©2014 Associates for Biblical Research. Courtesy of Leen Ritmeyer. What originally appeared to be a fourth miqveh actually turned out to be the opening into an underground cavern (CAV 1),...
  • The Byzantine Church at Khirbet el-Maqatir: Does Its Structure Resemble the Temple?

    with the new archaeological exhibit, ' Khirbet el-Maqatir: History of a Biblical Site.' In this video, Dr. Leen Ritmeyer presents, 'Does the Byzantine Church at Khirbet el-Maqatir Reflect the Sacred Architecture of the Temple in Jerusalem?'
  • Monumental Misconceptions

    Concerning the Temple Mount, Dr. Leen Ritmeyer is probably the most qualified expert in the world on the archaeology and history of the Temple Mount. I would simply refer you to his excellent book: In Quest of the Temple Mount and his website:...
  • Excavations at Khirbet el-Maqatir: 1995 to 2000 and 2009 to 2011

    Fig. 8. An isometric reconstruction of the monastery, based on excavation results and visible remains. Drawing by Leen Ritmeyer, © Ritmeyer Archaeological Design 2012. Many times Byzantine churches were built at a particular location to memorialize a...
  • Second Temple Floor Tiles Restored

    designs used by Herod at other sites, including his palaces at Masada, Herodium and Jericho. Archaeological architect Leen Ritmeyer (ABR's architect at the Khirbet el-Maqatir and Shiloh excavations) suggests that these tile designs adorned the interior...
  • Capital from Solomon's Colonnade Found at Temple Mount Dig

    of one of the columns that surrounded the Temple Mount area to provide shade for those who visited the Temple. Dr. Leen Ritmeyer, one of the world's leading experts on the Temple, has responded to the announcement by agreeing that the capital is likely...
  • Jerusalem Wall Dated to Time of Solomon: UPDATE

    some caution in jumping to conclusions of certainty concerning the date. Please see these links from Todd Bolen and Leen Ritmeyer for further background, positive critique and examination....
  • The Search for Joshua's Ai at Khirbet el-Maqatir 2011

    - I regularly reference this book. I also had the opportunity to discuss our finds with archaeological architect Leen Ritmeyer who has drawn all the plans for our site. The Khirbet el-Maqatir monastery church, looking south. The central apse is at the...
  • Skeletal Remains Found at Khirbet el-Maqatir Recently Reburied

    of Pikeville on Oct. 21, 2017. Off-site Links:
  • Home Cooking: Old Testament Israelite Style

    the Holy Land over the next 600 years. This reconstruction of that standard plan, drawn by archaeological architect Leen Ritmeyer, included one room across the back with three adjacent perpendicular long rooms. The central room was generally a courtyard...
  • Digging Joshua's Ai and Searching for Jesus' Ephraim

    the finds have been stunning. After drawing the fortification system in May 2014, Maqatir excavation architect, Dr. Leen Ritmeyer, insisted that the settlement should no longer be viewed as a village, rather as a city. It appears that he is correct. We...

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