Brady Liss


Brady Liss is a graduate student in anthropological archaeology with interests in archaeometallurgy of Iron Age Jordan and Israel. Through the use of modern technological approaches (such as XRF and FTIR), Liss uses micro-scale evidence in metallurgical production to elucidate the industrial, economic, and political evolutions of Iron Age polities. His supervisor is Prof. Tom Levy in the Levantine Archaeology Lab and Calit2's Cyber-Archaeology Lab. Liss works with Prof. Levy on the Edom Lowlands Regional Archaeology Project.