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Tracking Down Cult: Production, Function and Content of Chalices in Iron Age Philistia
Abstract The paper attempts to integrate the study of the manufacture, function and discard of chalices from three sites in Philistia in order to form a coherent ‘life-cycle story’ of this vesselExpand
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Ancient DNA and Population Turnover in Southern Levantine Pigs- Signature of the Sea Peoples Migration?
Near Eastern wild boars possess a characteristic DNA signature. Unexpectedly, wild boars from Israel have the DNA sequences of European wild boars and domestic pigs. To understand how this anomalyExpand
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Summary. Recent discussion of the formation and alteration of Philistine identity in the Levantine Iron Age continues to reference primarily pottery styles and dietary practices. Such traditionalExpand
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Cooking Identities: Aegean-Style Cooking Jugs and Cultural Interaction in Iron Age Philistia and Neighboring Regions
This study presents an analysis of various aspects relating to the changes in cooking vessels during the Iron Age in Philistia and the southern Levant, with particular emphasis on the morphology,Expand
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A Late Iron Age I/Early Iron Age II Old Canaanite Inscription from Tell eṣ-Ṣâfī/Gath, Israel: Palaeography, Dating, and Historical-Cultural Significance
In this paper, a late Iron Age I/early Iron Age II Old Canaanite inscription from Tell eṣ-Ṣâfī/Gath is presented and discussed. The inscription derives from a clear archaeological context and isExpand
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Late Philistine Decorated Ware ("Ashdod Ware"): Typology, Chronology, and Production Centers
Following the excavations at Tel Ashdod, a class of Iron Age II decorated pottery was identified that became known as "Ashdod Ware." In the present study, this pottery is defined as Late PhilistineExpand
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