The Development Process of Philistine Material Culture: Assimilation, Acculturation and Everything in between

@article{Uziel2007TheDP,
  title={The Development Process of Philistine Material Culture: Assimilation, Acculturation and Everything in between},
  author={Joe Uziel},
  journal={Levant},
  year={2007},
  volume={39},
  pages={165 - 173}
}
Abstract The process of change in Philistine material culture during the Iron Age has variously been described as assimilation, acculturation or creolization. It is suggested here that the changes that occur in Philistine material culture are a direct result of the merger of the immigrant and indigenous populations in Philistia throughout the Iron Age I. During the Iron Age II, this material culture is basically static, and does not exhibit any major changes. This interpretation is contrary to… Expand
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