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Khirbet Kerak Ware at Bet Yerah: Segregation and Integration through Technology
Abstract The study of Khirbet Kerak Ware (KKW) has centred on typological, chronological, technical and provenience issues, leaving some of the most important questions unanswered: What is theExpand
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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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New evidence for the Anatolian origins of ‘Khirbet Kerak Ware people’ at Tel Bet Yerah (Israel), ca 2800 BC
A Tel Bet Yerah, la fouille intensive de contextes associes a de grandes quantites de ceramique Khirbet-Kerak (KKW), ainsi que de contextes associes a la poterie de tradition locale, qu’ils soientExpand
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BET YERAH, APARAN III VE KARNUT: KUR-ARAS ÇEKİRDEK BÖLGESİ İLE BAŞKA BÖLGELERE AKTARILAN ÇANAK ÇÖMLEK TEKNOLOJİSİYLE İLGİLİ GÖZLEMLER
First results of the comparative technology of Kura-Araxes pottery and its derivatives are presented, includ­ing analyses ofKhirbet Kerak Ware and local traditions from Tel Bet Yerah (Khirbet Kerak)Expand
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Early Kura-Araxes ceramic technology in the fourth millennium BCE site of Tsaghkasar, Armenia
Le phenomene Kura-Araxe, represente par sa poterie si caracteristique, est l’un des exemples les plus intrigants d’expansion culturelle a l’âge du Bronze. L’analyse technologique d’ensemblesExpand
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The Circles Building (Granary) at Tel Bet Yerah (Khirbet el-Kerak): A New Synthesis (Excavations of 1945–1946, 2003–2015)
New excavations conducted in the Circles Building (Granary) at Tel Bet Yerah, first excavated in 1946, form the basis for a revised, detailed description of the construction and use of this uniqueExpand
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pOttERS ' CAnAAnEAn Flint BlADES DuRing thE EARlY BROnzE AgE .
A sample of glossed and non-glossed Canaanean blades from the Early Bronze Age Ib– II site of Qiryat Ata, northern Israel, was the subject of a use-wear analysis. This research comprised microscopicExpand
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The InsIde OuT O f Ch I ldh OO d Ar C h A eO lO gy
Two identical ceramic rattles dated to the Early Islamic period (ninth-eleventh centuries CE), retrieved from excavations at Mishmar David (Israel), were studied using petrographic analysis and x-rayExpand
Contact between first dynasty Egypt and specific sites in the Levant: New evidence from ceramic analysis
Abstract New optical mineralogy and pXRF studies of ceramics from First Dynasty royal tombs at Abydos and from Tel Bet Yerah, in the Jordan Valley, reveal a very close correlation between vesselsExpand
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