Iron and copper production at Iron Age Ashkelon: Implications for the organization of Levantine metal production

@article{ErbSatullo2017IronAC,
  title={Iron and copper production at Iron Age Ashkelon: Implications for the organization of Levantine metal production},
  author={N. Erb-Satullo and J. T. Walton},
  journal={Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports},
  year={2017},
  volume={15},
  pages={8-19}
}
Abstract Understanding the spatial distribution of different craft production activities is an essential part of any investigation into the organization of production. In the Iron Age southern Levant, discussions of the rise of iron often revolve around the relative organization of bronze and iron production. For these reasons, identifying where different stages of metal production occurred is essential for testing models of technological change during this period. This study reviews the… Expand
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