Doron Ben-Ami

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Doron Ben-Ami (born 1965; Hebrew: דורון בן עמי‎) is an Israeli archaeologist.

Ben-Ami earned his PhD at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2003 where he was a member of the Institute of Archaeology as of 2009.[1] He is the discoverer of the palace of Queen Helena of Adiabene in the City of David, Jerusalem.[2][3]

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  1. ^ "Dr. Doron Ben-Ami". The Institute of Archaeology: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (archaeology.huji.ac.il). "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-08-18. Retrieved 2010-01-12. 
  2. ^ Dec 5, 2007 | Updated Dec 24, 2007 Second Temple palace uncovered By ETGAR LEFKOVITS , Jerusalem Post, [1]
  3. ^ Israeli archaeologists uncover 2,000-year-old mansion 06/12/2007 [2]

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As of February 2018 the US Library of Congress identifies the archaeologist born 1965 (LCCN, below) but its online catalogue conflates 2 records of his works with those of 16 works by the illustrator born 1955 (visit and select "Browse ... LC Online Catalog").