As promised, here is a shot of the Hellenistic wall uncovered during the excavation of the Snake Tower. What am I talking about, you ask? The wall is right in the middle of the picture and is easily distinguished by the white mortar laid down between courses.
Everyone stepped in to help this morning when Melissa had to climb the ladder to take pictures of Grid 32. It was worth the effort as the photographs look spectacular.
Tomorrow is Community Day when a group of 30 middle school students come dig with us for the day. This program is now in its fourth year and it offers young residents of Ashkelon an opportunity to learn about archaeology and the history of their city. It's usually a great time for everyone and tomorrow should be no different.