Maria Eniukhina is a PhD candidate at Bar-Ilan University. Her MA thesis focused on defining structures and artefacts with ritual nature from the Iron Age lower city at Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath and centered around cultural influences and the way in which they are integrated into the Philistine cult and culture at Gath. Her PhD studies stratigraphy and architectural remains in Area A at Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath, with a strong emphasis on spatial analyses using 3D and GIS tools. Additionally, she has worked as a field archaeologist and photographer for the Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath Archaeological Project since 2012.
* Dagan, A., Eniukhina, M., and Maeir, A. M. 2018. Excavations in Area D of the Lower City: Philistine Cultic Remains and Other Finds. Near Eastern Archaeology 81(4): 28–33.
* Maeir, A. M., Welch, E. L., and Eniukhina, M. 2021. A Note on Olive Oil Production in Iron Age Philistia: Pressing the Consensus. Palestine Exploration Quarterly 153(2): 129–44.
* Horwitz, L. K., Eniukhina, M., Kehati, R., Groman-Yaroslavski, I., and Maeir, A. M. 2021. A Bone Projectile Point and Its Associated Workshop from the Iron Age IIA of Tell es-Safi/Gath. Near Eastern Archaeology 84(2): 120–29.
* Eshel, E., Notarius, T., Dagan, A., Eniukhina, M., Workman, V., and Maeir, A. M. In press. Two Iron Age Alphabetic Inscriptions from Tell es-Safi/Gath, Israel. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research.