Samaria: from the Bedrock to the Omride Palace

@article{Franklin2004SamariaFT,
  title={Samaria: from the Bedrock to the Omride Palace},
  author={N. Franklin},
  journal={Levant},
  year={2004},
  volume={36},
  pages={189 - 202}
}
Abstract This article focuses on Building Periods 0 and I, the periods that represent the tenth and ninth century BCE milieu, at Samaria. A realistic portrayal of the full extent and economic significance of Building Period 0 is presented, and a raison d'être for the location of the Omride capital during Building Period I is proffered. It will be shown that Building Period I belongs to the Omride dynasty, while Building Period II must be relegated to the post-Omride era. Thus, Building Period I… Expand
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