Celebrating 50 Years of Partnership in Jerusalem

Fruits of the Mazar-Armstrong friendship
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In 1968, Ambassador International Cultural Foundation founder Herbert. W. Armstrong entered into a 50/50 joint partnership with Hebrew University to excavate the area just south of the Temple Mount. The excavations were led by former Hebrew University President Prof. Benjamin Mazar and were the largest excavations in Israel.

In 2018, 50 years later, the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation led by Gerald Flurry continues the partnership with Hebrew University and Benjamin’s granddaughter, archaeologist Dr. Eilat Mazar.