King Taita and his “Palistin”: Philistine State or Neo-Hittite Kingdom?
The end of the Hittite Empire and the destruction and abandonment of Alalakh represents a cultural break between the Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages in the ‘Amuq Valley. In the Iron I, a population… Expand
Ebla’s Hegemony and Its Impact on the Archaeology of the Amuq Plain in the Third Millennium BCE
This dissertation investigates the emergence of Ebla as a regional state in northwest Syria during the Early Bronze Age and provides a characterization of Ebla that emphasizes its hegemonic rather… Expand
Shifting Networks and Community Identity at Tell Tayinat in the Iron I (ca. 12th to Mid 10th Century B.C.E.)
The end of the 13th and beginning of the 12th centuries B.C.E. witnessed the demise of the great territorial states of the Bronze Age and, with them, the collapse of the extensive interregional trade… Expand
Two (?) Lion Reliefs from Iron Age Moab: Further Evidence for an Architectural and Intellectual Koiné in the Levant?
- Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
The collection of the Karak Archaeological Museum contains two carved basalt slabs, both of which show the rear parts and hindquarters of a leonine figure. Although the two slabs differ vastly in… Expand
Building XVI and the Neo-Assyrian Sacred Precinct at Tell Tayinat
- Journal of Cuneiform Studies
L'article presente une partie des resultats de fouilles de 2008 et 2009 a Tayinat. Il se concentre sur le bâtiment XVI et l'enceinte sacree datant de la periode neo-assyrienne. Le but est de fournir… Expand