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Cuneiform in Canaan: Cuneiform Sources from the Land of Israel in Ancient Times

  title={Cuneiform in Canaan: Cuneiform Sources from the Land of Israel in Ancient Times},
  author={Wayne Horowitz and Takayoshi Oshima and Seth L. Sanders},

Hazor, Megiddo, and Gezer: Bronze Age Cities in Iron Age Context

The historical King Solomon has been discussed and debated by many scholars over the years. It is interesting, however, to see that the historicity of the city list of Hazor, Megiddo, and Gezer has

Severed Hands and the Egyptian Military Reward System

All visitors to the massive New Kingdom (ca. 1550–1069 BCE)1 temples in Thebes (modern Luxor; see fig. 1) are bombarded with images of the king smiting foreign enemies, expanding his imperial

The Italian-Palestinian Expedition to Tell es-Sultan, Ancient Jericho (1997–2015):

Sapienza University of Rome and the Palestinian MoTA-DACH have been committed since 1997 to the protection, scientific re-evaluation and tourist rehabilitation of Tell es-Sultan, ancient Jericho.

The Archaeology of the Bronze Age Levant: From Urban Origins to the Demise of City-States, 3700–1000 BCE

who were the canaanites new insight from 73 ancient genomes. abstract sciendo. the archaeology of cult in middle bronze age canaan. acor lecture the levantine early bronze age by suzanne richard.

New Radiocarbon-based assessment Supports the Prominence of Tel Lachish during late Bronze age IB-IIA

ABSTRACT This article presents a new suite of radiocarbon (14C) dates for the lower portion of the Late Bronze Age (LBA) sequence of Area S, Tel Lachish. The results show that the lowest levels

A Locally-made Scaraboid from Khallat es-Sihrij Near Tel Aphek and Its Neo-Assyrian Connection

A locally made scaraboid was found during excavations at Khallat es-Siḥrij, a rural site situated 5 km southeast of Tel Aphek. The scaraboid, which most probably had been owned by an Assyrian or an

Foreign Food Plants as Prestigious Gifts: The Archaeobotany of the Amarna Age Palace at Tel Beth-Shemesh, Israel

In contrast with the relatively rich documentation from the el-Amarna archive related to the main city-states of the southern Levant in the Amarna Age (Late Bronze Age IIA; 14th century b.c.e.),

Judean Onomastic Hermeneutics in Context

Abstract The term Volksetymologie has frequently been applied to the etiological passages of the Hebrew Bible and occasionally to such passages in Mesopotamian literature that explain the origin of

The Book of Chronicles and colophonic chronography

This thesis examines the repeating citation formulae in the biblical book of Chronicles to discover their nature, purpose and function. The principle focus of this study will be on the repeating

Tell el-Hesi: A type site for reevaluating so-called ‘Egyptian Governors’ Residencies’ of the south

  • J. Blakely
  • History
    Palestine Exploration Quarterly
  • 2018
ABSTRACT In 1984 Eliezer Oren identified a series of structures found at 13th and 12th centuries BCE sites of southern Canaan, calling them Egyptian Governors’ Residencies. He identified Bliss’s City