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Queen of the Mountain
Directed by
Martha Goell Lubell
Produced by
Martha Goell Lubell
Written by
Sharon Mulally Carol Rosenbaum
Music by
Sumi Tonooka
Peter Brownscombe
Editing by
Sharon Mulally
Running time
56 min.
Queen of the Mountain is a 2005 documentary about Theresa Goell, a middle-aged Jewish mother from Brooklyn who, in 1947, left her husband and son to dig beneath the Sanctuary of Nemrud Dagh. Theresa was fascinated by this shrine to King Antiochus I Theos of Commagene, which had been neglected by previous archaeologists.
Queen of the Mountain tells her story through archival footage, family photographs, oral histories, commentary from Theresa's friends and her own letters. The New York Times said it offered a "strong, rich narrative with visuals to match."
1 Summary
2 Reception
3 Notes
4 References
5 See also
6 External links
Theresa career as an archaeologist was full of obstacles. She a woman working in a man field, and as a young adult she was also diagnosed with otosclerosis, which meant she would slowly go stone deaf. According to the documentary, it was Theresa ull dog tenacity that drove her to the Middle East in hopes of discovering buried treasures and ancient secrets.
eople usually walk around a waterfall would walk down a waterfall. People usually walk over a bridge walked under a bridge, says Theresa, describing her rambunctious childhood.
Theresa father expected his daughter to marry and live a respectable life as a wife and mother. He arranged a marriage for her that she complied with, but soon after, in 1926, while studying at Cambridge, her interest in classical architecture blossomed into a love of archeology. Unhappily married, she divorced her husband, left her son and moved to Jerusalem to study ancient ruins.

Statues of gods and the pyramid-like tomb-sanctuary of King Antiochus Theos of Commagene, atop Mount Nemrut
The documentary shares anecdotes that shed light on what kind of a woman Theresa was. During World War II, she worked as a draftsman in the Brooklyn naval yard. Her presence was enough to make heads turn. was the only woman among 1,200 men, she says. There was no toilet system for woman so she had to make the long walk across the site to use the Red Cross station. Frustrated, but with a sense of humor, Theresa says, hey thought I was causing a labor problem because every time I walked to the Red Cross station every one of the 1,200 men stopped to whistle at me.
It was before the war that Theresa learned about Nemrud Dagh, but it wasn until 1947 that she was able to travel to the site. With no maps, she set out with only a child to carry her duffel bag. Located in the Kurdish section of Turkey, the difficulty of the terrain and obscurity of the location also prevented previous archaeological exploration. King Antiochus shrine also slipped through the cracks of interest because it blended classical and oriental traditions. As a result, Classicalists thought it was too oriental and Orientalists thought it too classical.
Theresa proved revolutionary in a number of ways. She recognized the significance of ancient ruins that had been neglected, she insisted her team use modern technological advances; and, perhaps most importantly, she helped pave the way for future female archaeologists.
The New York Times wrote,
Tess Goell was the kind of American heroine that seemed to exist only in 1930s movies, played by Katharine Hepburn or Rosalind Russell. They were women bravely striding into what was largely believed to be a man's world flying planes, battling city hall, working in formerly all-male offices or newsrooms. Goell strode into archaeology, a divorced, hearing-impaired Jewish woman amid Muslims in southern Turkey. [1]
^ Gates, Anita (March 25), "Examining the Life of Tess Goell, a Pioneering Archaeologist", New York Times,
"Queen of the Mountain". Women Making Movies. 2005. Retrieved on July 23.
Gates, Anita (March 25), "Examining the Life of Tess Goell, a Pioneering Archaeologist", New York Times,
See also
Jews of Iran
Pola's March
Marion's Triumph
My Yiddish Momme McCoy
External links
[www Official website]
The Jewish Channel reviews Queen of the Mountain
New York Times Review
Queen of the Mountain's official Website
More on Nemrud Dagh
Queen of the Mountain at the Women Make Movies Website
More on Theresa Goell
Mount Nemrut
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