Tell el-Ful Revisited: The Assyrian and Hellenistic Periods (with a New Identification)

@article{Finkelstein2011TellER,
  title={Tell el-Ful Revisited: The Assyrian and Hellenistic Periods (with a New Identification)},
  author={I. Finkelstein},
  journal={Palestine Exploration Quarterly},
  year={2011},
  volume={143},
  pages={106 - 118}
}
Abstract This article deals with the settlement history of Tell el-Ful from the Iron Age until the Hellenistic period. The author rejects past theories that a great fortress was built at the site in the Iron I period and that the settlement was protected by a casemate wall in the Iron IIC. He also rejects the identification of Tell el-Ful as biblical Gibeah/Gibeah of Saul. The author proposes that the tower excavated by Albright and Lapp was first constructed in the Iron IIC as an Assyrian… Expand

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