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Adrian Nigel Goring-Morris is a British-born Archaeologist and a Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel. He completed his PhD there in 1986 and is notable for his work and discoveries at one of the oldest ritual burial sites in the world; Kfar HaHoresh. The earliest levels of this site have been dated to 8000 BC (Pre-Pottery Neolithic B) and it is located in the northern Israel, not far from Nazareth.1991–Present Excavations at Kfar HaHoresh
2010 Excavations at Nahal Hava
2005 Excavations at Nahal Lavan
1995 Excavations at Nahal Besor
1991 Excavations at Nahal Negarot
Publication and studies of excavations in the Negev.
Publication of the excavations at Gilgal I by Tamar Noy (with Ofer Bar-Yosef & Avi Gopher).
"Religion as the Basis for Power and Property in the First Civilizations" 2009-2011, invited to participate in the Templeton project at Neolithic Catalhoyuk, Turkey, directed by Ian Hodder.