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The Development Process of Philistine Material Culture: Assimilation, Acculturation and Everything in between
- Joe Uziel
- 1 June 2007
Abstract The process of change in Philistine material culture during the Iron Age has variously been described as assimilation, acculturation or creolization. It is suggested here that the changes… Expand
Scratching the Surface at Gath: Implications of the Tell es-Safi/Gath Surface Survey
Abstract A comprehensive surface survey was conducted at Tell es-Safi/Gath as part of the ongoing Tell es-Safi/Gath Archaeological Project. The site was divided into distinct topographical and/or… Expand
Differentiating Between Public And Residential Buildings: A Case Study From Late Bronze Age II Tell Eṣ-Ṣafi/Gath
The Fortifications at Tel Burna: Date, Function and Meaning.
The Settlement History of Tel Burna: Results of the Surface Survey
Abstract The paper presents the results of the survey at Tel Burna, conducted in June 2009 in preparation for the long-term archaeological project undertaken at the site by the authors. The survey… Expand
Addressing Survey Methodology in the Southern Levant: Applying Different Methods for the Survey of Tel Burna, Israel.
The article discusses two ‘Boundary of Gezer’ inscriptions found in 2012. One inscription, classified as no. 4, had previously been discovered by Clermont-Ganneau but was never fully published, and… Expand
Pottery production at Tell es-Safi/Gath: a Longue Durée perspective
The development of pottery production during the Bronze and Iron Ages at Tell es-Safi/Gath, Israel, is examined based on the analysis of 224 pottery vessels representing most periods within this ca.… Expand
The Whys and Why Nots of Writing : Literacy and Illiteracy in the Southern Levant during the Bronze Ages.
The Excavations beneath Wilson’s Arch: New Light on Roman Period Jerusalem
Since it was discovered in the 19th century, Wilson’s Arch has been at the heart of discussions about Jerusalem’s urban development. We excavated beneath the arch for three consecutive years and… Expand
THE TEL NAGILA MIDDLE BRONZE AGE HOMES—STUDYING HOUSEHOLD ACTIVITIES AND IDENTIFYING CHILDREN IN THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECORD
Abstract The excavation at Tel Nagila uncovered a series of domestic structures dating to the Middle Bronze Age II. In the following paper, a division of the finds in the various structures is… Expand