Tell el-Badawiya (“mound of the Bedouins”) is among the largest archaeological sites in northern Israel dated from the Bronze and Iron Ages. It is strategically located on the ancient route that connects the Hauran and the Akko Plain, known in more recent times as the Darb el-Hawarna. The site is unanimously identified as the location of ancient Hannathon/Ḫinatuna, mentioned in the Amarna Letters (EA 8 and 245), the royal annals of Tiglath-Pileser III (Ann. 18, Line 5), and the Hebrew Bible (Josh 19:14). The Tell el-Badawiya/Hannathon Archaeological Project (TBH-AP) is a scientific corporation between the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, the Israel Antiquities Authority, and Leipzig University. It aims to explore the site’s occupational history and material culture in the Bronze and Iron Ages as a gateway for a better understanding of human activity in pre-Hellenistic Galilee.