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The Oxford handbook of the archaeology of the Levant : c. 8000-332 BCE
Part 1. Archaeology of the Levant : background and definitions. Historical geography of the ancient Levant / Matthew J. Suriano ; Peoples and languages of the Levant during the Bronze and Iron ages /Expand
Biblical peoples and ethnicity : an archaeological study of Egyptians, Canaanites, Philistines, and early Israel, 1300-1100 B.C.E.
Ancient Israel did not emerge within a vacuum but rather came to exist alongside various peoples, including Canaanites, Egyptians, and Philistines. Indeed, Israel's very proximity to these groups hasExpand
Biblical peoples and ethnicity
Virtual-Reality Heritage Presentation at Ename
The Ename 974 heritage presentation programme uses different VR approaches to bring to life archaeological remains, standing monuments and elements of the historical landscape for visitors. Expand
Ancient Qasrin: Synagogue and Village
Previous research on synagogues in the Golan has focused almost exclusively on the buildings themselves. The excavation at Qasrin, which includes portions of the surrounding village, makes itExpand
Palace 6000 at Megiddo in Context: Iron Age Central Hall Tetra-Partite Residencies and the "Bīt-Ḫilāni" Building Tradition in the Levant
Megiddo's Palace 6000, traditionally attributed to the building activities of King Solomon, has long served as a hallmark of 10th-century B.C.E. monumental architecture. Following its initialExpand
Was the Coin-on-Eye Custom a Jewish Burial Practice in the Second Temple Period?
The authors evaluate the archaeological evidence for a practice that has often been cited in support of the suggestion that the images detected over the eyes of the figure on the Shroud of Turin areExpand
The Tel Akko Total Archaeology Project (Akko, Israel): Assessing the suitability of multi-scale 3D field recording in archaeology
Abstract Archaeology is a destructive discipline, and, unfortunately, the majority of methods employed by archaeologists to record and preserve the archaeological record consist of two-dimensionalExpand