It gives helpful, basic information on a wide range of topics and allows nonspecialists to begin to understand some of the issues and controversies both in retrieving and interpreting artifacts. He has held invited positions at the University of Alaska and was a Fellow in the Centre for Advanced Studies at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. Editors Editor: Editor Term through December 31, 2021 Prepress Provider: Lockwood Press Editorial Board: Term 2017—2019 Ömür Harmansah, University of Illinois at Chicago Ann-Marie Knoblauch, Virginia Tech Miriam Müller, Universiteit Leiden K. Cline Palestine in the Iron Age Randy Younker Religion and Cult in the Levant: The Archaeological Data William G. The most important change is the addition of co-author Susan N. This has included conducting and integrating geoarchaeological and computational techniques in his research. Matthews Archaeological Survey in the Southern Levant E.
In addressing critical issues of date and authorship, the survey avoids a polemical stance. Anyone who wants to should feel free to add to this encylopedia's content and to make requests for new entries. From Bronze Age city-states to colonized steppes, these signature landscapes of irrigation systems, tells, and other features changed through time along with changes in social, economic, political, and environmental conditions. This work has looked at how empires transformed key social institutions, where population movement was also a critical element to such change. The emphasis on historical debates and areas of uncertainty helps students understand how historians use evidence to create interpretations and that several different interpretations of history are possible.
Geller, Samuel Greengus, , Wolfgang Heimpel, Jacob Klein, W. It will also consider how the purposes of fundraising developed over time, and ways in which we can measure the success of the tactics used. Wright Bronze and Iron Age Burials and Funerary Customs in the Southern Levant Elizabeth Bloch-Smith Subsistence Pastoralism Oystein S. This information is provided by a service that aggregates data from review sources and other sources that are often consulted by libraries, and readers. Other research focused on developing remote sensing methods and spatial approaches to understanding landscape change in the present and past. Money was constantly needed to finance his excavations, bring objects back to England and organize publication of the results.
Eventually it is hoped through collaborative effort that this will create a comprehensive encyclopedia of articles on subjects of interest to our membership. He studied photography at the London College of Printing. Over the course of his career Petrie developed a range of fundraising strategies, including setting up the British School of Archaeology in Egypt to coordinate efforts. In this volume, Marguerite Yon, the principal investigator since the early 1970s on behalf of the French archaeological team, brings us up to date on the 70-year-long excavation of the site. Kotter Weber State University Foreword Introduction List of Contributors Theory, Method, and Context Geography of the Levant p.
Category: Archaeology Author : Tony J. For a book that is designed to appeal to students and the general public, there is also an unfortunate lack of user-friendly research aids built into its basic design. Spanning thousands of years of history, the ancient Near East presents a bewildering range of landscapes, the understanding of which can greatly enhance our ability to infer past political and social systems. The time involved is minimal. During the past 25 years, much of our understanding of the site itself has changed due to new excavation, reexcavation, and reinterpretation of prior work.
Articles should reflect topics of relevance to the mission of this encyclopedia. Mark's research focuses on the interplay and interaction between social and environmental systems. Confined to a small number of burials dating to the Late Bronze Age, associations with Egyptian-style material and links to objects and practices back in Egypt suggest that this phenomenon may be related to growing Egyptianization of local elites in the Gaza region or even more direct forms of personnel exchange. This information does not simply rehash the biblical material, but assumes that the Scriptures are being read alongside the survey. Most importantly, however, is NearEasternArchaeology. Please do not post entire articles since: a it may infringe on an author's copyright; b it takes up unnecessary bandwidth and file storage space; and c often much, if not all, of the formatting is lost making the article difficult to read. Indeed, it is somewhat ironic that the remains of the recently rediscovered Roman city at Beth-Shan, which appear so prominently in the book's cover photograph, come from an archaeological period not discussed in the text.
The book is extensively illustrated with plans, photographs, and reconstructions. Some of his funded research includes: i Investigating how people walk in ancient cities and decisions they make in choosing routes within an urban context, including factors that shape movement choices such as metabolism and walking abilities. The moderator reserves the right not to post any message if he feels that it is in breach of any of the above rules. David Ilan Canaanite Religion Beth Alpert Nakhai The Late Bronze Age lbert Leonard El-Amarna Texts Victor H. Covering a huge area geographically and chronologically, it brings to life the physical world of ancient city dwellers by concentrating on evidence recovered by archaeological excavations from the Mediterranean basin and south-west Asia Examining both pre-Classical and Classical periods, this is an excellent introductory textbook for students of classical studies and archaeology alike. Category: History Author : William H.
Volk includes texts from three genres: Royal Inscriptions, Legal Texts marriage contracts, slave purchases, etc. Any postings containing personal attacks will be rejected by the moderator. Moving his base of operations to British Mandate Palestine brought a whole new series of challenges, not the least being how to generate public interest in this new endeavour. Please contribute whatever and whenever you can. Filling a gap in classroom texts, more than 60 essays by major scholars in the field have been gathered to create the most up-to-date and complete book available on Levantine and Near Eastern archaeology.
This survey is well illustrated with maps, charts, and photographs. Sections on the Negev, trade, religion, and cult seem similarly misplaced under specific periods, when their content is much more wide-ranging. Dever Survey of Preclassical Architecture in the Levant G. Another helpful addition would have been a glossary of specialist terminology to bridge the gap between the professional and amateur audiences to whom the book seems to be marketed. He has taught at McMaster University, the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.