Kristin Romey, archaeology editor, National Geographic
Kristin Romey is the archaeology editor and writer for National Geographic. Her work has focused extensively on the archaeology of the Near East, most recently with her exclusive coverage of the Edicule restoration at Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre as well as the December 2017 National Geographic magazine cover article on the archaeology of Jewish Galilee and Jesus of Nazareth. The former award-winning executive editor of Archaeology magazine and a fellow of the Explorers Club, Romey holds an A.B in ancient Greek from Vassar College and an M.A in nautical archaeology from Texas A&M University.
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