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The exploitation of plant resources by Neanderthals in Amud Cave (Israel): The evidence from phytolith studies
The depositional environments of Amud Cave indicate that phytolith assemblages retrieved from the cave's sediments are an integral part of the Middle Palaeolithic sequence. As such, they provideExpand
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The Technology of Skull Modelling in the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B (PPNB): Regional Variability, the Relation of Technology and Iconography and their Archaeological Implications
The manufacturing techniques of two PPNB plastered skulls each from Jericho, Kfar HaHoresh and Beisamoun were studied by a series of different and complementary analyses. These revealed that allExpand
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Non-destructive provenance study of cuneiform tablets using portable X-ray fluorescence (pXRF)
Abstract Portable X-Ray Fluorescence (pXRF) apparatus of the last generation was tested to determine its potential for routine provenance determination of clay cuneiform tablets, which cannot beExpand
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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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Special Studies: Petrographic Thin Sections and the Development of Neolithic Plaster Production in Northern Israel
AbstractPetrographic and petrological techniques have been used to examine Neolithic plaster products from several sites in northern Israel. Referring to former studies, the value of differentExpand
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The Southern Levant in the Early Bronze Age IV: The Petrographic Perspective
  • Y. Goren
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  • Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental…
  • 1 August 1996
The results of comprehensive petrographic analyses of the pottery assemblages from the Early Bronze Age IV (also termed Middle Bronze Age I or Intermediate Bronze Age) sites in southern Israel areExpand
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Ceramics in the Levantine Pre-Pottery Neolithic B: evidence from Kfar HaHoresh, Israel
This paper summarises typological and technological research on a small assemblage of pottery containers recovered at Kfar HaHoresh (KHH), a Pre-Pottery Neolithic B site in the Southern Levant. TheExpand
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