George Steiner worked as a geologist, surveyor, teacher, and tour guide, on four continents. He was adopted by a Bedouin tribe of the Negev Desert, where he became involved in the study of petroglyphs and biblical archaeology. The result was Smiths and Prophets, the author’s debut volume. He has recently contributed a chapter to Understanding Human Behavior, a book that strives to discover the evolutionary roots of the syndrome-like manifestations that plague contemporary society. At the moment he shares his time between his family in Switzerland, and the Negev Rock Art Center, where he is an associate researcher.

George F. Steiner
Negev Rock Art Center, Israel
George Steiner worked as a geologist, surveyor, teacher, and tour guide, on four continents. He was adopted by a Bedouin tribe of the Negev Desert, where he became involved in the study of petroglyphs and biblical archaeology. The result was Smiths and Prophets, the author’s debut volume. He has recently contributed a chapter to Understanding Human Behavior, a book that strives to discover the evolutionary roots of the syndrome-like manifestations that plague contemporary society. At the moment he shares his time between his family in Switzerland, and the Negev Rock Art Center, where he is an associate researcher.

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