For the two-week salvage excavation see Benjamin Mazar, et al., “‘Ein Gev Excavations in 1961,” IEJ 14 (1964), pp. 1–49. In the summer of 1990 the Japanese Expedition to ‘En-Gev, part of the Land of Geshur Project, began new excavations at the site with ten staff members and 40 students from several universities and museums in Japan. Professors Hiroshi Kanaseki (Tenri University) and Hideo Ogawa (Keio University) act as co-directors and Gil Kobo (Tel-Aviv University) serves as Israeli liaison and area supervisor.