3 edition of The culture and archaeological history of the Transjordan in the bronze and iron ages found in the catalog.
The culture and archaeological history of the Transjordan in the bronze and iron ages
Rudolph Henry Dornemann
Written in English
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 29768|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 654 l.|
|Number of Pages||654|
|LC Control Number||92895450|
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The archaeology of Northern Europe studies the prehistory of Scandinavia and the adjacent North European Plain, roughly corresponding to the territories of modern Sweden, Norway, Denmark, northern Germany, Poland and the Netherlands.. The region entered the Mesolithic around the 7th millennium BCE. The transition to the Neolithic is characterized by the Funnelbeaker culture in the 4th Bronze Age: c. - c. BCE. Israel Finkelstein is Professor of Archaeology at Tel Aviv University where he holds the Jacob M. Alkow Chair in the Archaeology of Israel of the Bronze and Iron Ages. He is co-director of the Megiddo excavations and the co-author of David and Solomon: In Search of the Bible’s Sacred Kings and the Roots of the Western Tradition and The Bible Unearthed, Archaeology’s New Vision of Ancient 5/5(1).
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Archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages Rudolph H. Dornemann, Ph.D. The archaeological record of the Transjordan is still limited for most of the centuries of the Bronze and Iron Ages but continually increasing archaeological activity is gradually filling the gaps in the record.
The Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Ages of Central Transjordan: The Baq'ah Valley Project, (University Museum Monograph) [Patrick E. McGovern] on *FREE* shipping on. This collection provides the most recent evaluation of a number of thorny issues in Israeli archaeology during the Bronze and Iron Ages and specifically addresses chronology, state formation, identity, and agency.
It offers, inter alia, a fresh look at the burial practices and iconography of the periods disscussed, as well as a re-evaluation of Cited by: 4. The Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Ages of Central TransjordanThe Baq'ah Valley Project, The Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Ages of Central Transjordan.
The Baq'ah Valley Project. On the basis of his regional surveys in Transjordan, Glueck reconstructed a major phase of occupation during the latter part of the EB (his MBI); a gap during most of the MB and LB; a rise in occupation during Iron I-II; and another gap during late Iron II-Persian.
He correlated this archaeological evidence with the biblical sources, and connected the late EB material with Abram/Abraham; the Cited by: I.
Introduction --Objectives and emphases of monograph --Summary of archaeological research in the Transjordan --Evidence from surface surveys as opposed to evidence from stratified excavation and the necessity of discussing Transjordanian assemblages in relation to Palestine --The question of settled as opposed to non-settled populations in the Transjordan --The geographical units in the Transjordan.
The Bronze Age. The Cambridge Prehistory of the Bronze and Iron Age Mediterranean The Cambridge Prehistory of the Bronze and Iron Age Mediterranean off ers new insights into the material and social practices of many diff erent Mediterranean peoples during the Bronze and Iron Ages, presenting in particular those features that both connect and distinguish them.
This articleanalyses the history of Transjordan during the Middle Bronze Age. This period was the first age of regular inter-regional contact and trade, and of large-scale international conflict. The development of Jordanian culture throughout this period is a story of insularity and experimentation, of independence and empire, such that, by the end of the period, Jordan was already a mature Cited by: 5.
Israel Finkelstein is Professor of Archaeology at Tel Aviv University where he holds the Jacob M. Alkow Chair in the Archaeology of Israel of the Bronze and Iron Ages. He is co-director of the Megiddo excavations and the co-author of David and Solomon: In Search of the Bible’s Sacred Kings and the Roots of the Western Tradition and The Bible Unearthed, Archaeology’s New Vision of Ancient.
This collection of twelve papers, dedicated to Professor Israel Finkelstein, deals with various aspects concerning the archaeology of Israel and the Levant during the Bronze and Iron Ages.
Although the area under discussion runs from southeastern Turkey (Alalakh) down to the arid zones of the Negev Desert, the main emphasis is on the Land of Israel. The Origins and Ancient History of Wine; The Late Bronze Egyptian Garrison at Beth Shan; Organic Contents of Ancient Vessels; Cross-Craft and Cross-Cultural Interactions in Ceramics; The Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages of Central Transjordan: The Baq`ah Valley Project; Late.
during the Late Bronze and Iron Ages. CONCLUSIONS. The presentation of the archaeological data from Transjordan. and the accompanying survey of scholarly opinions lead to at least.
three conclusions. First, it is obvious that there are Middle and Late Bronze Age. artifacts in central and southern Transjordan. It is true, however, that. Complete files on major archaeological periods illustrated by videos, radio shows, quizzes, articles, from prehistory to the contemporary period: Palaeolithic, Neolithic, Iron Age and Bronze Age, Antiquity, Middle Ages, Modern and contemporary.
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Egypt’s ended in. The Bronze Age in Greece started with the Cycladic civilization, an early Bronze Age culture that arose southeast of the Greek mainland on the Cyclades Islands in the Aegean Sea.
Part 1. Archaeology of the Levant: background and definitions. Historical geography of the ancient Levant / Matthew J. Suriano ; Peoples and languages of the Levant during the Bronze and Iron ages / Holger Gzella ; History of research / Thomas Davis ; Levantine chronology -- Part 2.
The Levant as the crossroads between empires: Egypt, Anatolia, Mosopotamia, and by: 8. The Southern Levant (Transjordan) During the Chalcolithic Period: Jordan (c– bc) Zeidan A.
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Studies in the Archaeology of Israel and the Levant during the Bronze and Iron Ages in Honour of Israel Finkelstein Series: Culture and History of the Ancient Near East, Volume: 31; ISBN: A re-analysis of the archaeological evidence for the beginning of the Iron Age ICited by: 3.
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Franken, "The Other Side of the Jordan," ADAJ 15 () 53 S. Mittmann, Beitrage zur Siedlungs - and Territorialgeschichte des nordlichen. McGovern, The Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Ages of Central Transjordan: The Baq'ah Valley Project, (hc ) McPhillips/Wordsworth, Landscapes of the Islamic World: Archaeology, History, and Ethnography (hceb ) Miller/Gleason, The Archaeology of.
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Before we seemingly dive headfirst into a Digital, Automated or Artificial Age, we are in desperate need of an Age of Reflection.”.The most satisfying interpretation is one that is open to scientific data derived from any source, even from anthropological and sociological theory, provided the Old Testament record - the only one that exists concerning Israel's emergence - be granted autonomy and the final interpretive word in the matter.
This will result in understanding Israel's conquest in the early 14th century to be Cited by: 2. The two volumes at hand bring together forty-some papers, most of which were presented at the International Conference on the Bronze Age and Iron Age Peoples, held April at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology, under the direction of .