Corpus ID: 210170547

SOCIO-POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF REFUSE DISPOSAL IN LATE ByzANTINE AND EARLy

@inproceedings{Curtis2012SOCIOPOLITICALAE,
  title={SOCIO-POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF REFUSE DISPOSAL IN LATE ByzANTINE AND EARLy},
  author={J. Curtis and Michael Seymour and A. Fletcher and Alison l. Gascoigne and Claudia Glatz and S. Simpson and Helen Taylor and Jonathan N. Tubb and Rupert Chapman and Islamic Palestine and O. Tal and Itamar Taxel},
  year={2012}
}
This paper presents three different, yet related, test cases of how disposed material in archaeological sites supplements our historical knowledge and provides information on the political, social and religious history of late antique Palestine. The three test cases presented below deal with transitional periods of occupation that not only provide data on shifting in the political sovereignty of the region but also on the religious or social affinity of the ethnic groups involved. GenerAl… Expand
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