Siri Jones-Rosen

Siri Jones-Rosen is by profession a hotel receptionist. She has worked at a variety of jobs both in and apart from the tourist industry: secretary, translator, switchboard operator, movie extra, telex operator (Israel America Chamber of Commerce, before fax machines), and cage (casino) cashier. Today she is semi-retired, working part-time at the SPNI Eilat Field School. 

She and her father came to live in Israel directly to Eilat from Los Angeles in 1965, when she was 12. They both fell in love with Israel, and Siri is still very happy to have spent her life here.

It’s Time to tap into Cheaper Water Bills

It’s Time to tap into Cheaper Water Bills

by Siri Jones-Rosen

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Shedding light on Herod’s rule

Shedding light on Herod’s rule

by Siri Jones-Rosen

Many reconstructions and new finds from Herod’s palaces more ...
So is Mt Karkom actually Mount Sinai?

So is Mt Karkom actually Mount Sinai?

by Siri Jones-Rosen

Excited to participate in the Mount Karkom colloquium, more ...
Train of Thought: Going by Rail

Train of Thought: Going by Rail

by Siri Jones-Rosen

Siri Jones Rosen had to get from Eilat to Ben-Gurion more ...
Three very different women who changed medical history

Three very different women who changed medical history

by Siri Jones-Rosen

Empress Catherine the Great in 18th century Russia, more ...
 
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