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New Evidence for Middle Bronze Age Chronology and Synchronisms in the Levant: Radiocarbon Dates from Tell el-Burak, Tell el-Dabʿa, and Tel Ifshar Compared
We report a set of radiocarbon data for the Middle Bronze Age monumental building at Tell el-Burak in Lebanon, dating it to the 19th century b.c., and summarize the relevant archaeologicalExpand
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Tell el-Burak: A New Middle Bronze Age Site from Lebanon
Akkermans P.M.M.G., 2003, ARCHAEOLOGY SYRIA CO; Bagg A., 2007, LEVANTE 1; Borger Rykle, 1956, ARCH ORIENTFORSCHUNG; CORNELIUS I, 2004, GOTTER KULTE UGARIT; Doumet-Serhal C., 2006, EARLY BRONZE AGEExpand
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Iron age funerary Stelae from Lebanon
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The Aramaeans Of Syria: Some Considerations On Their Origin And Material Culture
The Aramaeans were the dominant population group in Syria in the first millennium BCE. Their rise to political power was the result of the general collapse that put an end to the Late Bronze AgeExpand
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Actividad in vitro de moxifloxacino frente a patógenos respiratorios en Iberoamérica
espanolSe estudia la actividad in vitro de moxifloxacino, comparada con levofloxacino y otros seis antimicrobianos de uso frecuente en infecciones respiratorias, frente a 1563 aislamientos deExpand
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Necrópols et tombes phéniciennes du Liban
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PHOENICIAN STELAE FROM TYRE (continued)
The systematic looting of the Lebanese archaeological heritage took on dramatic proportions in the last decade. Complete sites have been bulldozed (Seeden 1989:3-4) and others, mainly ancient burialExpand
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Baalbek: Image and Monument, 1898-1998
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