Below is the credit sequence for “Bible Secrets Revealed” on History.
I am pleased to serve as Consulting Producer on the show, but am equally proud of the work done by one of my students (and 2x Azekah archaeological excavation alum), Sanna Miller, a phenomenal artist who possesses an inexplicably keen eye for all things fascinating, as well as the contributions made by my colleagues in Israel at the Israel Antiquities Authority, Tel Aviv University, and my good friend Dr. Oded Lipschits.
And of course, Executive Producer Frankie Glass is simply a tremendous professional, with whom I am always pleased to work.
Don’t miss the next episode of Bible Secrets Revealed, “The Promised Land“, which debuts on History on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013 at 10pm/9c.
Share your comments on Twitter with the hashtag #BibleSecretsRevealed. And feel free to submit questions to Bible History Daily, where I’ll be answering some of your questions throughout the remainder of the series.
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