Palestine in the Bronze and Iron Ages
Papers in Honour of Olga Tufnell (UCL Institute of Archaeology Publications (LCP))
|Format: ||Paperback / softback, 258 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 January 1985|
This is a collection of key articles on Syro-Palestinian archaeology of the Bronze and Iron Ages compiled in honor of archaeologist Olga Tufnell, excavator of the biblical city of Lachish, including contributions by Amiran, Callaway, Dever, Stager, and Ussishkin.
Table of Contents
PrefaceAcknowledgementsOlga Tufnell - A Biography R. HenryA Bibliography of Olga Tufnell up to 1984 R. HenryA Suggestion to see the Copper 'Crowns' of the Judean Desert Treasure as Drums of Stand-like Altars Ruth AmiranLachish, Ashkelon and the Camel: a discussion of its use in Southern Palestine R.D. BarnettA New Perspective on the Hill Country Settllement of Canaan in Iron Age I Joseph A. CallawayA Middle Bronze Age Pottery Boot from Tell Lachish Christa ClamerA North Syrian Cylinder Seal Style: Evidence of North-South links with 'Ajjul Dominique CollonRelations between Syria-Palestine and Egypt in the 'Hyksos' Period William G. DeverA Mycenaean Pictorial Krater from Lachish, Level VI Vronwy and Henry HankeyChocolate-on-White Ware at Pella J.B. HennessyA Late Cypriote Bronze Age Tomb and its Asiatic Connections R.S. MerrilleesAnother Palestinian Inscribed Arrowhead T.C. MitchellThe Imitation of Cypriote Wares in Late Bronze Age Palestine Kay PragA Further Note on the Unique Gold Earring from Tell ed-Duweir (Lachish) Michael O'D. Shea and K.R. Maxwell-HyslopThe Firstfruits of Civilization Lawrence E. StagerSome Observations on Spearheads in Palestine in the Middle and Late Bronze Ages Jonathan N. TubbA Selection of Scarabs and Scaraboids A. D. TushinghamLevels VII and VI at Tel Lachish and the End of the Late Bronze Age in Canaan David UssishkinReflections on Methodology in Egypto-Semitic Lexicography William A. Ward
About the Author
Jonathan N. Tubb is an archaeologist at the British Museum.
University of London,Institute of Archaeology|
15+ years |