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Cult and Archaeology at Pella in Jordan: Excavating the Bronze and Iron Age Temple Precinct

@inproceedings{Bourke2006CultAA,
  title={Cult and Archaeology at Pella in Jordan: Excavating the Bronze and Iron Age Temple Precinct},
  author={Steve Bourke},
  year={2006}
}
This article summarises key discoveries of the University of Sydney excavations at Pella in Jordan between 1996–2001. Work centred on the excavation of a three-phase fortress temple complex on the south side of the city mound, and in the study of changing cult practice in the temple precinct over the 800 years of its occupation (ca 1600–800 BC). A detailed analysis of changing architectural form and cult practice is presented, and appropriate regional parallels both cultic and cultural outlined… 

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