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48 Introducing H. Darrell Lance I am delighted to announce that Professor H. Darrell Lance has joined me as co-editorof the BA; indeed the fact that the last two issues have been so full has denied me the opportunityto introducehim before he actually began working! Dr. Lance'sname will be known to BA subscribers,because he was one of the contributorsto the December 1971 issue on Gezer. With W. G. Dever and G. E. Wright he is author of Gezer I (Jerusalem,1970). Dr. Lance began his archaeologicalcareerat Shechemin 1962,when he was a graduate student at Harvard,en route first to his MA in 1965 and then to his PhD in 1971.
CAMPBELL, JR. Announcement of a Dead Sea Scrolls Slide and Tape Program A letter from John C. Trever to the ASOR publication office brings news of a slide-and-tape program on the Dead Sea Scrolls, which will be of interest to schools, colleges and seminaries, to church groups and archaeology clubs. The program as a whole consists of eighty 2 by 2 inch color slides, stereo tape cassettes and script; this falls neatly into two parts, which run with the recorded commentary or the reading of the script 34 and 31 minutes long.
26:1; Micah 5:13). This probably reflects both a sharpened and more sophisticated 47. B. Rothenberg and A. Lupu, Zeitschrift des Deutschen Paliistina-Vereins, LXXXII (1966) 125-127 and Taf. 11 and 12; and Museum Haaretz: Bulletin, IX (June, 1967), 53-70. " Thus the massebot fell under the prohibition of the second commandment (Ex. 20:4) which prohibited the "magic" use of images or any such attempt to coerce or control the deity in worship. Thirdly, though massebot were standard furniture in the local sanctuaries or "high places," there is not a single masseba clearly attested in the Jerusalem temple!