Titus Kennedy is a field archaeologist working primarily with sites and materials of the ancient near east and the Mediterranean world. He has been involved in excavations and survey projects at several archaeological sites in biblical lands, including directing and supervising multiple projects spanning the Bronze Age through the Byzantine Empire. Titus has also conducted artifact research at museums and collections around the world. His archaeological interests include biblical archaeology, experimental archaeology, ancient demography, the similarities between cultures of antiquity, and more. He is a research fellow at the Discovery Institute, teaches as an adjunct professor at Biola University, and has been a consultant, writer, and guide for history and archaeology documentaries and curricula. These credentials make him a valuable contributor to Shepherds’ department of biblical archaeology, where he serves as an adjunct professor and field archaeologist.
For more information about Titus Kennedy, visit shepherds.edu/faculty-and-staff/titus-kennedy/.