The Meaning of Egyptian-Style Objects in the Late Bronze Cemeteries of Tell el-Farʿah (South)

  title={The Meaning of Egyptian-Style Objects in the Late Bronze Cemeteries of Tell el-Farʿah (South)},
  author={Susan L. Braunstein},
  journal={Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research},
  pages={1 - 36}
  • Susan L. Braunstein
  • Published 1 November 2011
  • History
  • Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
In the Late Bronze IIB, parts of Canaan were under Egyptian suzerainty. An influx of Egyptian-style objects during this period has led to scholarly speculation about the nature and intensity of Egyptian occupation in Canaan, and whether Egyptians were present in large numbers. The considerable number of burials at Tell el-Far?ah (South) from ca. 1300 to 1150 b.c.e. provides an excellent database with which to examine the significance of Egyptian style in constructing social roles and the social… 

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