The Israelite Fortress at Arad

@article{Herzog1984TheIF,
  title={The Israelite Fortress at Arad},
  author={Ze’ev Herzog and Miriam Aharoni and Anson F. Rainey and Shmuel Moshkovitz},
  journal={Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research},
  year={1984},
  volume={254},
  pages={1 - 34}
}
T he untimely death of Professor Yohanan Aharoni prevented him from completing his report on the excavations he directed at Tel Arad although the materials were in an advanced state of preparation. The present authors were closely involved with Aharoni in both the excavations and the analysis of the stratigraphic, ceramic, and epigraphic finds. Therefore, the Institute of Archaeology at Tel Aviv University appointed us as a committee to complete the task of publication. The work has been in… Expand
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