High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Saar Klein (born 1967 in Israel) is an American film editor who has been nominated twice for Academy Awards (for The Thin Red Line (1998) and for Almost Famous (2000)), and who received an ACE Eddie Award for editing the latter film. Klein was born in Israel. He emigrated to the United States with his parents at the age of 10. In 1989, Klein received a bachelor's degree in psychology from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York. Klein was offered an internship with editor Joe Hutshing on the film JFK (directed by Oliver Stone-1991), his first editing credit (as an apprentice to editors David Brenner and Sally Menke) was for the 1993 film Heaven & Earth (directed by Oliver Stone). The Thin Red Line, which was nominated for an editing Academy Award, was only his second credit as an editor. Klein shared this credit with Leslie Jones and Billy Weber, the film was directed by Terrence Malick. Klein and Joe Hutshing co-edited Almost Famous (2000), which was directed by Cameron Crowe.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sa'ar 4.5 (Hebrew: ??? 4.5?) is a class of Israeli Sea Corps missile boats designed and built by Israel Shipyards Ltd. as an improved and stretched Sa'ar 4-class missile boat. There are two different subclasses that are both named Saar 4.5: The first of which initially called Chochit (Hebrew: ??????), but renamed to Aliya (Hebrew: ?????), the second of which initially called Nirit (Hebrew: ??????) but renamed to Hetz.
Excavations at the early Iron age site of Khirbet Qeiyafa (Israel), directed from 2007 to 2011 by Yosef Garfinkel and Saar Ganor under the auspices of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Israel Antiquities Authority, have attracted considerable scholarly and media attention since the very first season, when the discovery of an inscribed ostracon sparked controversies over the site's historical significance and nature. Located at the entrance of the Elah Valley, protected by a casemate wall and two monumental gateways, the settlement of Qeiyafa existed for barely half a century. Its dating and the correlation of the archaeological evidence with the regional history, not least the rise of an early Judahite monarchy, have become matters of intense academic debate. Resulting from a colloquium of the Swiss Society of Ancient Near Eastern Studies, this volume offers a condensed report by main excavator Yosef Garfinkel as well as several in-depth studies on archaeological, historical, epigraphical, iconographical and biblical issues.