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The Archaeology of Agro-Pastoralist Economies in Jordan


The 69th volume of the Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research is devoted to studies of botanical and faunal remains from three major sites in Jordan: Tall al'Umayri (Bronze to early Iron Age), Karak Castle (Middle and Late Islamic Period), and Khirbet al-Mudayna al-'Aliya (early Iron Age).





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9780897570947 | Published: 2016
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Archaeology of Difference


To determine "the archaeology of difference" the studies in this volume draw on textual and material culture. What distinguishes an individual or a group in ancient society? How do issues of gender, ethnicity, social stratification and the view of the 'other' impact individuals, groups, and societal attitudes?





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9780897570701 | Published: 2005
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The Archaeology of the Ostraca House at Israelite Samaria


The Caesarea Mithraeum (sanctuary or temple of the god Mithras) is only one of two excavated from eastern half of the Empire. Includes new photographs, plans and section drawings; catalogues the small finds from the vault, and technical details about the recovery of information about frescoes and how the excavations were completed. 76 illus.





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9780897570954 | Published: 2017
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ASOR Annual 59


Part I presents the results from the 2001 research project combining surface surveys and limited test excavations at eight Early Bronze Age settlement sites on the Kerak Plateau. Part II is the editio princeps of two early alphabetic inscriptions discovered along the Farshut Road, Egypt.





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9780897570718 | Published: 2005
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Bayt Farhi and the Sephardic Palaces of Ottoman Damascus in the Late 18th and 19th Centuries


Lavishly illustrated with extensive colour photographs, plans, and reconstruction drawings the book brings to life for the first time the home environment of the lost elite Sephardic community of Ottoman Damascus. An essential resource for those studying the architecture, history, and culture of Syria and the Ottoman Empire. 255 col & 47 b/w illus.





 





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9780897571005 | Published: 2018
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Crossroads and Boundaries


This research has focused on how successive rural populations in the Malloura valley have adapted to local environmental changes and shifting political tides in the region, and how this adaptation is reflected in the archaeological, historical, and ethnographic record recovered by the project and reported in this volume.





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9780897570862 | Published: 2012
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Kataret es-Samra, Jordan


Reinforces the view that the site of Kataret es-Samra in Jordan is part of an extensive Middle/Late Bronze Age cemetery. Studies of the material culture recovered  from the tomb of 11 burials brought up to date through comparison with materials recovered from Transjordanian sites. 109 b/w illus, 11 tbls.





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9780897570992 | Published: 2017
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The Middle Bronze Age IIA Cemetery at Gesher


Gesher is a small Middle Bronze Age IIA cemetery site located in the central Jordan Valley in Israel. During five seasons of excavation, a total of 23 interments were excavated in the cemetery. This final report presents the burials and material culture from the cemetery and compares the data with other Middle Bronze Age sites in Canaan.





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9780897570756 | Published: 2008
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The Nabataean Temple at Khirbet et-Tannur, Jordan, Volume 1


Khirbet et-Tannur is a Nabataean site dating from the second century B.C. to the fourth to sixth centuries A.D. In 1937, Nelson Glueck excavated the site on behalf of the American Schools of Oriental Research but died before completing a report. Now, in two extensively illustrated volumes, the results of Glueck’s excavations are finally published.





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9780897570350 | Published: 2014
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The Nabataean Temple at Khirbet et-Tannur, Jordan, Volume 2


Khirbet et-Tannur is a Nabataean site dating from the second century B.C. to the fourth to sixth centuries A.D. In 1937, Nelson Glueck excavated the site on behalf of the American Schools of Oriental Research but died before completing a report. Now, in two extensively illustrated volumes, the results of Glueck’s excavations are finally published.





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9780897570367 | Published: 2014
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