An examination of the stratigraphy and neolithic-iron age pottery from Tel Jezreel, area A
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This volume presents the results of the Tel Jezreel Post-Excavation and Publication Project, directed by Charlotte Whiting on behalf of the Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL). The project analyzed the Tel Jezreel excavation archive stored at the CBRLs Kenyon Institute in Jerusalem. The current volume presents the stratigraphic sequence (by Charlotte Whiting) and the Neolithic to Iron Age pottery (by Gloria London) excavated during the 19951996 seasons. The Tel Jezreel stratigraphy and ceramics have been deemed relevant to determining Iron Age chronological and social issues, two topics that are highly debated in the literature. Despite the fragmentary nature of the deposits, they are published here in order to address these questions. In addition, the study of the ceramics revealed an unanticipated abundance of highly varied pre-Iron Age pottery. Social and technological aspects of the manufacturing techniques, including burnish practices, are discussed.
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- Tel Jezreel : Area A Stratigraphy from the 1995-96 Seasons of Excavation / Charlotte Whiting
- Neolithic to Late Iron Age Pottery at Tel Jezreel / Gloria London
American Society of Overseas Research
Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research
Antiquities, Emek Yizre'el (Israel), Emek Yizre'el (Israel) antiquities, excavations (Archaeology), excavations (Archaeology) Israel, pottery, ancient
, London, G.
(2021). An examination of the stratigraphy and neolithic-iron age pottery from Tel Jezreel, area A Vol. 73, p. 286.
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