Egyptian-Canaanite interaction at Nahal tillah, Israel (ca. 4500-3000 B.C.E.) : An interim report on the 1994-1995 excavations

@inproceedings{Levy1997EgyptianCanaaniteIA,
  title={Egyptian-Canaanite interaction at Nahal tillah, Israel (ca. 4500-3000 B.C.E.) : An interim report on the 1994-1995 excavations},
  author={Thomas E. Levy and David Alon and Yorke M. Rowan and Edwin C. M. van den Brink and Caroline Grigson and Augustin F.C. Holl and Patr{\'i}cia Smith and Paul Goldberg and Alan J. Witten and E. Kansa and J. D. Moreno and Yuval Yekutieli and Naomi Porat and Jonathan Golden and Leslie M. Dawson and Morag M. Kersel},
  year={1997}
}
The nature of the Dynasty 0-Dynasty I Egyptian presence in southern Israel has been a source of debate since the excavations of Tel Erani on the fringe of the northern Negev in the 1950s when numerous Egyptian artifacts were discovered. Since then, a wide range of models have been used to characterize the nature of Egyptian-Canaanite relations. These models include warfare/conquest, commercialization, distance parity, and world systems. The recent Nahal Tillah Regional Archaeology Project has… CONTINUE READING