Sarepta III, the imported Bronze and Iron Age wares from Area II,X

the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania excavations at Sarafand, Lebanon by Robert B. Koehl

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  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Lebanon -- Sarafand,
  • Iron age -- Lebanon,
  • Sarafand (Lebanon) -- Antiquities
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    Other titlesThe University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania excavations at Sarafand, Lebanon, The imported Bronze and iron age wares from Area II,X : the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania excavations at Sarafand, Lebanon
    StatementRobert B. Koehl.
    SeriesPublications de l"Université libanaise.Section des études archéologiques -- 2
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS80.3 K64 1985
    The Physical Object
    Pagination209 p., 23 p. of plates :
    Number of Pages209
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16432637M

Get this from a library! Sarepta I: the late bronze and iron age strata of area II, Y: the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania excavations at Sarafand, Lebanon. [William Paul Anderson; University of Pennsylvania. University Museum.]. Forces of transformation: the end of the Bronze Age in the Mediterranean. Proceedings of an international symposium held at St John's College, University of Oxford March Mediterranean Historical Review, Vol. 26, Issue. 2, p. Tall Zira'a is a large hill some kilometres ( mi) south-west of the ancient Decapolis city of Gadara in northern is situated at the confluence of the Wadi el-'Arab and its tributary, the Wadi tall ( m NN) [clarification needed] rises about 25 metres (82 ft) above the surrounding area. The settlements were built on top of a natural limestone hill, which has a. 1 Garstang fig. [Return to text] 2 T. Özgüç, , p. 38, fig. , endnote [Return to text] 3 Mellaart noticed that in the orginal survey, Seton-Williams erroneously called metallic ware "Base-Ring ware", a ware native to Late Bronze Age Cyprus. Upon reinvestigation, Mellaart concluded that this ware was not Cypriot ware but rather Early Bronze Age Anatolian metallic ware.

In Emperor Nicholas II graced the celebration of years of Glitsch company with his presence. Since those times, Sarepta along with Dijon in France is acclaimed as one of mustard capitals of the world. At present Volgograd Mustard Oil Plant “Sarepta” is the Russia’s biggest processor of one-of-a-kind crop – Oriental (Sarepta. Bronzeworking. Evidence for bronzeworking was found in Area K at the southeastern edge of the mound, in Levels K (Strata XI/X of the Oriental Institute excavations [hereafter: OI]), K (=OI Strata X/IX) 7, K-9 (=OI Stratum VIII), K-6 (=OI Stratum VIIA), and K-5 (=OI Stratum VIB).During the late Middle Bronze, Late Bronze, and Iron Ages, this sector of the site functioned as a domestic. Amiran R. Chronological Problems of the Early Bronze Age. Early Bronze I–II: The City of Arad; Early Bronze Age III: The Khirbet Kerak Ware. AJA – Amiran R. Ancient Pottery in the Holy Land, from Its Beginnings in the Neolithic Period to the End of the Iron Age. Jerusalem—Ramat Gan. Amiran R. Tel Hazor (Hebrew: תל חצור ‎), also Chatsôr (Hebrew: חָצוֹר ‎), translated in LXX as Hasōr (Ancient Greek: Άσώρ) and Tell el-Qedah (Arabic: تل القدح ‎), is an archaeological tell at the site of ancient Hazor, located in Israel, Upper Galilee, north of the Sea of Galilee, in the northern Korazim the Middle Bronze Age (around BC) and the Israelite.

The industrial role of Sarepta (Sarafand, Lebanon) during the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age Although only a relatively small area within the site of Sarepta (Sarafand, Lebanon) has been excavated, the publication of specialized use of the site for industrial enterprises would contribute to Phoenician studies, the archaeology of the east. The Canaanite city had shrunk in the years before its main public building burned in the 13th century BCE, during the Bronze Age collapse, a period of general devastation associated with the Sea was re-established by Philistines at the beginning of the Iron Age, cth century the Iron Age, Ekron was a border city on the frontier contested between Philistia and the.

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Robert B. Koehl, Sarepta III: The Imported Bronze and Iron Age Wares from Area II, X. Beyrouth, Publications de l'Université Libanaise, p. with 23 pl. and 1 map. 17,5 x This book is the third volume of the final report on the excavations which James B. Pritchard had directed at the ancient site of Sarepta between and.

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of Penns. excavations at Sarafand/5(14). : Sarepta III: The Imported Bronze and Iron Age Wares from Area Ii.X (): Koehl, Robert B.: BooksAuthor: Robert B. Koehl. Sarepta III is a thorough typological and chronological study of the Bronze and Iron Age imported wares, chiefly Aegean and Cypriot, from Area II, X.

Sarepta IV comprises a descriptive catalogue of small finds from Area II, X, with extended treatments for the inscriptions and post-Iron Age imports and an additional corpus of pottery from that. Sarepta III - The Imported Bronze and Iron Age Wares from Area Ii.X (Paperback) / Author: Robert B Koehl ; ; Books.

Get print book. No eBook available. Sarepta: The Late Bronze Age and Iron Age strata of area II, Y Appendix F architectural Ashdod attested Beth-Zur bichrome body sherds bowl types century B.C. cooking wares Cypriote Distribution Graphs Dl see Sarepta east balk equivalent to Sarepta evidence evidenced excavation exhibits exterior fairly.

Sarepta III: the imported bronze and iron age wares from area II,X ; the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania excavations at Sarafand, Lebanon Author Koehl, Robert B. Sarepta I, the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Strata of Area II, Y: The University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania Excavations at Sarafand, LebanonSarepta II, the Late Bronze and Iron Age Periods of Area II, X: The University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania Excavations at Sarafand, LebanonSarepta III, the Imported Bronze and Iron Age Wares From Area II, X: The University.

Shapes of Bronze Age vessels continue into Sarepta III Iron I, yet gradually the pots become less slender and more globular in shape in Iron II.

Most characteristic forms, such as the dipper juglet, jars and storage vessels, continue throughout the Iron Age; imports (pyxis or pilgrim flask), however, begin to disappear or decrease in number by Iron II.

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Issam A. Khalifeh, Sarepta II: The Late Bronze and Iron Age Periods of Area Ii.X, University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania,ISBN ; Robert Koehl, Sarepta III: the Imported Bronze & Iron Age, University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania,ISBN Sarepta is a global biotechnology company on an urgent mission: engineer precision genetic medicine to reclaim futures otherwise impacted or cut short by rare diseases.

We’re ushering in a new era of drug development, with the goal of shortening the time from lab to patient, building the world’s largest gene therapy manufacturing capacity. The imported Bronze and Iron Age wares from area II, X. Cypriot Pottery of Aegean Type in LC II-III: Problems of Classification, Chronology and Interpretation XX.

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Chapter III (pp. ) consists of a presentation of the pottery types of local wares (mainly of the Iron Age, and of the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman periods) which had not been dealt with in the report on Area II, Sounding Y (see William P.

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Khalifeh. Sarepta III. The Imported Bronze and Iron Age Wares from Area II, X. The. 3 University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania Excavations at Sarafand, Lebanon Journal articles/conference proceedings/book chapters The Late Bronze Age II City.

The Seasons. Yener, K. While Bronze Age tin mining is discussed for the sites of Kestel (Figure ; Yener, Özbal, Kaptan, Pehlidotvan, & Goodway, ) and Hisarcık (Figure ; Yener et al., ) in Anatolia. Sarepta (near modern Sarafand [], Lebanon) was a Phoenician city on the Mediterranean coast between Sidon and Tyre, also known biblically as became a bishopric, which faded, and remains a double (Latin and Maronite) Catholic titular see.

Most of the objects by which Phoenician culture is characterised are those that have been recovered scattered among Phoenician colonies and. The Late Bronze Age and Iron Age strata of area II, Y / William P. Anderson v. The Late Bronze Age and Iron Age periods of area II, X / Issam A.

Khalifeh v. The imported Bronze and Iron Age wares from area II, X / Robert B. Koehl v. The objects from area II, X / James B. Pritchard. Sarepta (near modern Sarafand [fr], Lebanon) was a Phoenician city on the Mediterranean coast between Sidon and Tyre, also known biblically as Zarephath.

It became a bishopric, which faded, and remains a double (Latin and Maronite) Catholic titular see. Correspondence, Box: General, 1: Srepta Related 1: Marcus Aguelles, Regarding Coins 1: Administration, Box.

Iron-Working in Southern Etruria in the Ninth and Eighth Centuries B.C: Robert Barry Koehl: The Imported Bronze and Iron Age Wares from Area II, Sounding X at Sarepta (Modern Sarafand), Lebanon: Mary Elizabeth Moser: The "Southern Villanovan" Culture of Campania:.

Koehl R.B. Sarepta III: The Imported Bronze and Iron Age Wares from Area II, X. Beirut. Koehler C.G. Handling of Greek Transport Amphoras.

In J.-Y. Empereur and Y. Garlan eds. Recherches sur les amphores grecques (BCH Supplement 13). Athens. 49– Kogan-Zehavi E. A Painted Tomb of the Roman Period at Migdal Ashqelon.

Get this from a library. Sarepta II: the late bronze and iron age periods of area II, X: the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania excavations at Sarafand, Lebanon. [Issam A Khalifeh; University of Pennsylvania.

University Museum.]. The late Iron Age I (strata VA–IVA) includes some Philistine bichrome but mostly degenerated Philistine pottery and marks the appearance of red-slipped pottery (roughly contemporary with Tell Qasile stratum X and Khirbet Qeiyafa).

The Iron Age IIA and IIB (strata III–II, late tenth–eighth centuries B.C.E.) are represented only in field I. In Europe, the Iron Age is the last stage of the prehistoric period and the first of the protohistoric periods, which initially means descriptions of a particular area by Greek and Roman writers.

For much of Europe, the period came to an abrupt local end after conquest by the Romans, though ironworking remained the dominant technology until recent times.

The Kilns of Sarepta: Sarepta in Lebanon has produced complete potters’ workshops dating to the Late Bronze and Iron Ages. Besides kilns, places for potter’s wheels, basins for preparing the clay, and other installations were found. Firing Temperatures: Ordinary pottery is fired at a temperature ranging from – degrees Celsius.

On Middle Bronze II Weapons; On Iron Age Weapons. The types of weapons used in the Middle Bronze period continue into the Late Bronze. A major innovation in the Late Bronze Age is that the entire blade and handle are cast together.

Ivory or bone inlays are inset into the handle. Other unusual knives can be cited exclusively from the Late Bronze.Sarepta: A Preliminary Report on the Iron Age: Excavations of the University of Pennsylvania, | Pritchard, James B. | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.The county has produced some of the latest Bronze-Age metalwork, such as winged axes from Kensington and from the Thames at Brentford and Syon Reach (dated to c.

B.C.), and Hallstatt-style bronze swords and horse trappings from the Thames at Brentford (dated to c. B.C.), as well as some of the earliest known British Iron-Age products.