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Cinnamaldehyde in early iron age phoenician flasks raises the possibility of levantine trade with South East Asia
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We analyzed the lipid contents of 27 such containers from 5 archaeological sites in Israel using gas chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry (GC-MS). Expand
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The contents of unusual cone-shaped vessels (cornets) from the Chalcolithic of the southern Levant
Cornets are cone-shaped ceramic vessels, characteristic of the Chalcolithic period (ca. 4700–3700 BC) in Israel and Jordan. Their contents and use are unknown. Gas chromatography with flameExpand
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The 9th century BCE destruction layer at Tell es-Safi/Gath, Israel: integrating macro- and microarchaeology
Abstract Destruction events in multi-period sites are valuable marker horizons that represent time-synchronous events across the site and sometimes between sites. Destruction layers often preserveExpand
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