Formation processes in Philistine hearths from Tell es-Safi/Gath (Israel): An experimental approach

@article{GurArieh2012FormationPI,
  title={Formation processes in Philistine hearths from Tell es-Safi/Gath (Israel): An experimental approach},
  author={S. Gur-Arieh and E. Boaretto and A. M. Maeir and R. Shahack-Gross},
  journal={Journal of Field Archaeology},
  year={2012},
  volume={37},
  pages={121 - 131}
}
Abstract Ancient cooking installations yield important evidence for cooking technology and human diet. A cooking installation termed the Philistine pebble hearth is associated with the arrival of the Philistines at the beginning of the Iron Age in the southern Levant (ca. early/mid-12th century b.c.). These installations have been studied using traditional methods, focusing on a description of form and style in relation to the pottery of the period. Here we present a study using an experimental… Expand
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