Bene Israel : studies in the archaeology of Israel and the Levant during the Bronze and Iron Ages in honour of Israel Finkelstein
Bene Israel : studies in the archaeology of Israel and the Levant during the Bronze and Iron Ages in honour of Israel Finkelstein / edited by Alexander Fantalkin and Assaf Yasur-Landau.
|Other authors:||Fantalkin, Alexander.Yasur-Landau, Assaf.Finkelstein, Israel.|
Table of Contents:
- Urban land use changes on the southeastern slope of tel Megiddo during the Middle Bronze Age / Eran Arie
- The appearance of rock-cut bench tombs in Iron Age Judah as a reflection of state formation / Alexander Fantalkin
- Trademarks of the Omride builders? / Norma Franklin
- Continuity and change in the Late Bronze to Iron Age transition in Israel's coastal plain: a long term perspective / Yuval Gadot
- Permanent and temporary settlements in the South of the lower Besor region: two case studies / Dan Gazit
- The socioeconomic implications of grain storage in early Iron Age Canaan: the case of tel Dan / David Ilan
- A re-analysis of the archaeological evidence for the beginning of the Iron Age I / Yitzhak Meitlis
- Reassessing the Bronze and Iron Age economy: sheep and goat husbandry in the Southern Levant as a model case study / Aharon Sasson
- Settlement patterns of Philistine city-states / Alon Shavit
- Levantine standardized luxury in the late Bronze Age: waste management at tell Atchana (Alalakh) / Amir Sumaka 'i Fink
- Desert outsiders: extramural neighborhoods in the Iron Age Negev / Yifat Thareani-Sussely
- A message in a jug: Canaanite, Philistine, and Cypriot iconography and the "Orpheus jug" / Assaf Yasur-Landau.