4 edition of archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages found in the catalog.
archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages
Rudolph Henry Dornemann
|Statement||Rudolph Henry Dornemann.|
|LC Classifications||DS153.3 .D67 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 287 p. :|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||83061718|
List of Figures Ann E. Killebrew and Margreet L. Steiner: Introduction Section 1: Archaeology of the Levant: Background and definitions 1: Matthew J. Suriano: Historical geography of the ancient Levant 2: Holger Gzella: Peoples and languages of the Levant during the Bronze and Iron Ages 3: Thomas Davis: History of research 4: Ilan Sharon: Levantine chronology Section 2: The Levant as the. Peter M. Fischer: The southern Levant (Transjordan) during the Late Bronze Age Louise Steel: Cyprus during the Late Bronze Age Subsection 6: The Iron Age I period Ann E. Killebrew: Introduction to the Levant during the Transitional Late Bronze Age/Iron Age I and Iron Age I /5(5).
Get this from a library! The late bronze and early iron ages of central Transjordan, the Baqʻah Valley project, [Patrick E McGovern; Robin Brown]. This Handbook offers an overview of the archaeology of the Levant. Written by leading scholars in the field, it integrates the treatment of the archaeology of the region within its larger cultural and social context and focuses chronologically on the Neolithic through to the Persian periods.
Today, however, scholars specialize either in the early periods (Bronze and Iron Ages) or in the later (Hellenistic-Byzantine) periods, and the term “biblical archaeology” is becoming synonymous with the Bronze and Iron Ages (including the Persian period). Indeed, these . Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan, vols. 1 to 4 () have been extremely helpful, as have innumerable preliminary survey and dig reports in the Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan. An early compendium by R. Dornemann, The Archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages (), summarized much.
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MILWAUKEE, WI, Cited by: 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 archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages / Rudolph Henry Dornemann. Author/Creator: Dornemann, Rudolph Henry. Publication: Milwaukee, Wis.:. The Paperback of the The Archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages by Rudolph H.
Dornemann at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpPages: Amman citadel (Jebel El Qala') Iron Age remains --Introduction --Architecture and stratigraphy --Area II --Area I --The extent of the Iron Age citadel in Amman --Pottery from Area II --High-necked jars or jugs --"Collar-type" rims and related rim types --"Cylindrical-jar" rims and related rim types --Miscellaneous jar rims and cooking pots.
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A critical transition period in the archaeology and history of Palestine—the Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age—is described in detail from the perspective of a group of sites in the Baq. The Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Ages of Central Transjordan The Baq'ah Valley Project, Patrick E.
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The Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages of Central Transjordan: The Baq`ah Valley Project, A critical transition period in the archaeology and history of Palestine—the Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age—is described in detail from the perspective of a group of sites in the Baq’ah Valley.
A major emphasis is on how scientific. Bronze Age Transjordan prove that they are unaware of the recently. recovered archaeological evidence, since the archaeological data from.
this time and region appear to be neutral in the debate on the date of. the exodus-conquest. It should be noted, however, that the Late. Bronze material recovered in the territory to the north of Jalul.
Book Description. Alternative Iron Ages examines Iron Age social formations that sit outside traditional paradigms, developing methods for archaeological characterisation of alternative models of society. In so doing it contributes to the debates concerning the construction and resistance of inequality taking place in archaeology, anthropology and sociology.
Rudolph Dornemann, The Archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages. Milwaukee: Milwaukee Public Museum, ISBN: pp H.J. Franken & W.J.A. Power, "Glueck's Explorations in Eastern Palestine in the Light of New Evidence," Vetus Testamentum 21 (). This scarce monograph,The Archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages by Rudolph Henry Dornemann, was published by the Milwaukee Public Museum in It's nearly pages long and describes the archaeology and culture history of that portion of the Middle East now mostly defined by the modern nation of Jordan - with a particular focus on the archaeological remains of the Amman Rating: % positive.
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 three-age system has been used in many areas, referring to the prehistorical and historical periods identified by tool manufacture and use, of Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. Since these ages are distinguished by the development of technology, it is natural that the dates to which these refer vary in different parts of the world.
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. 2 The archaeology of the Bronze Age and Iron Age society Fig.
Chronology of the later prehistory in the Netherlands and France. For the purpose of the present study two different archaeo-logical spheres principally form the context.
The first is the. This volume represents a comprehensive study of the archaeology of the whole of the Levant spanning the Neolithic through Persian period. The compilation of this volume is a challenging task because of the controversial nature of biblical archaeology and because the term ‘Levant’ is also notoriously ambiguous, with a variety of definitions, associations and connotations, some derogatory in.
This bucolic landscape belies the fact that dramatic events played out here some 2, years ago. Around that time, people were transitioning from the Bronze Age to the Iron Age and, under circumstances that are still not entirely clear, built a series of enormous enclosures called hillforts.
The evidence from archaeology for the area spans the entire period though the time for which literary evidence is available is only the past years, from the Middle Bronze Age ( BC). Once literary evidence is available, however, it complements the archaeological record and, as can be amply demonstrated, the written records can be.
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.
Transjordan, the East Bank, or the Transjordanian Highlands, is the part of the Southern Levant east of the Jordan River, mostly contained in present-day Jordan. The region, known as Transjordan, was controlled by numerous powers throughout history.
During the early modern period, the region of Transjordan was included under the jurisdiction of Ottoman Syrian provinces.
After the Great Arab .This Handbook aims to serve as a research guide to the archaeology of the Levant, an area situated at the crossroads of the ancient world that linked the eastern Mediterranean, Anatolia, Mesopotamia, and .The Archaeology of Society in Late Bronze/Iron Age Transjordan (ca.
— BCE) Figure 1 Map of key archaeological sites in Jordan (drawing by Laura M. Bredall, courtesy of the Horn Archaeology Museum).