The Relations between Egypt and the Southern Levant during the Late Iron Age: The Material Evidence from Egypt

@inproceedings{Maeir2002TheRB,
  title={The Relations between Egypt and the Southern Levant during the Late Iron Age: The Material Evidence from Egypt},
  author={A. M. Maeir},
  year={2002}
}
The close connections that existed between Egypt and the Southern Levant during the terminal Iron age (and their political, economic and social background), is hardly a new topic of study. It has been discussed in numerous contexts and from different perspectives, relying on diverse sources of information (e.g. FREEDY & REDFORD 1970; GORG 1991; JAMES 1991:714–726,734–735; KITCHEN 1986; 1988; MALAMAT 1983:223–291; MITCHELL 1991a:383–409; NAcAMAN 1991; REDFORD 1985; 1992:312–471; ROWE 1936; SMITH… Expand
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