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A new look at the Iron Age silver hoard from Eshtemoa

@article{Kletter1998ANL,
  title={A new look at the Iron Age silver hoard from Eshtemoa},
  author={R. Kletter and E. Brand},
  journal={Zeitschrift Des Deutschen Palastina-vereins},
  year={1998},
  volume={114},
  pages={139-154}
}
L'article traite d'un amas de poteries decouvert dans la synagogue d'Eshtemoa et datant de l'âge du fer. Les cruches, dont certaines portent une inscription en caracteres hebraiques, ont ete datees de la periode israelite primitive. L'A. revise cette datation et opte pour une periode plus recente. 
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