Today, I had a chance to pay a short visit to the site, to introduce the site to a group of students from the Weizmann Institute who were participating in a week long workshop on archaeological archaeology that was given at the Kimmel Center by Prof. Steve Weiner and Dr. Elisabetta Boaretto.
In addition to have a chance to see the site all dressed in green for the winter (and see the picture of the goats grazing between Areas A and P), I walked around the site and saw the different areas.
While most of the areas were in much better shape than Area D (which I had seen a few weeks ago), in Area E there was quite a mess in the western balk. But in Areas F, P and A, things were actually surprisingly good!
Here are some pictures of the group and the various areas: