The Archaeology of Israelite

Tappy, Ron E.

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Samaria.Atlanta: Scholars Press, Vol. 1. Earrly Iron Age through the Ninth Centyry BCE. 1992. XIX/295 S., orig.Ln. (1-2/sehr gutes Ex.) (very good copy) (Harvard Semitic Studies 44) [ISBN 0-55540-770-6]. N° de ref. de la librería A-44863-01

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Ron E. Tappy
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Descripción American Schools of Oriental Research, United States, 2017. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 280 x 216 mm. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. The Israelite Ostraca, or pottery fragments, are among the most important finds ever recovered by the Harvard Expedition to Samaria in 1908 according to George Andrew Reisner, who led the expedition to excavate the site of the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Israel. The fragments depict Hebrew-character inscriptions of Biblical names and memoranda of commercial shipments, but the precise provenance of these historic inscriptions has remained unclear. This new book considers in great detail the depositional history of the Ostraca House and its immediate surroundings. First, it seeks to clarify the date and nature of the archaeological contexts from which excavators recovered the inscriptions, and evaluates the quantity and quality of data presented in the official excavation report. And finally, the study draws on previously unpublished material from the handwritten daily journals and private diaries of members of the original expedition, including David Gordon Lyon, George Andrew Reisner, Clarence Stanley Fisher, and Gottlieb Schumacher.The previously unpublished records not only provide supplementary data crucial to a study of the ostraca - now held in the collections of the Istanbul Archaeology Museums - but reveals the archaeological and administrative trials faced by the excavators, who found themselves betwixt and between international and local powers and events during the waning years of the Ottoman Empire and the coming of World War I. Despite this, the struggles of a start-up expedition in a burgeoning academic field, and the vicissitudes of world affairs did not prevent the Harvard Expedition from becoming one of the most influential projects of the early twentieth century. Nº de ref. de la librería BTE9780897570954

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Descripción American Schools of Oriental Research, United States, 2017. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 280 x 216 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. The Israelite Ostraca, or pottery fragments, are among the most important finds ever recovered by the Harvard Expedition to Samaria in 1908 according to George Andrew Reisner, who led the expedition to excavate the site of the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Israel. The fragments depict Hebrew-character inscriptions of Biblical names and memoranda of commercial shipments, but the precise provenance of these historic inscriptions has remained unclear. This new book considers in great detail the depositional history of the Ostraca House and its immediate surroundings. First, it seeks to clarify the date and nature of the archaeological contexts from which excavators recovered the inscriptions, and evaluates the quantity and quality of data presented in the official excavation report. And finally, the study draws on previously unpublished material from the handwritten daily journals and private diaries of members of the original expedition, including David Gordon Lyon, George Andrew Reisner, Clarence Stanley Fisher, and Gottlieb Schumacher.The previously unpublished records not only provide supplementary data crucial to a study of the ostraca - now held in the collections of the Istanbul Archaeology Museums - but reveals the archaeological and administrative trials faced by the excavators, who found themselves betwixt and between international and local powers and events during the waning years of the Ottoman Empire and the coming of World War I. Despite this, the struggles of a start-up expedition in a burgeoning academic field, and the vicissitudes of world affairs did not prevent the Harvard Expedition from becoming one of the most influential projects of the early twentieth century. Nº de ref. de la librería AAR9780897570954

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Descripción American Schools of Oriental Research, United States, 2017. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 280 x 216 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. The Israelite Ostraca, or pottery fragments, are among the most important finds ever recovered by the Harvard Expedition to Samaria in 1908 according to George Andrew Reisner, who led the expedition to excavate the site of the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Israel. The fragments depict Hebrew-character inscriptions of Biblical names and memoranda of commercial shipments, but the precise provenance of these historic inscriptions has remained unclear. This new book considers in great detail the depositional history of the Ostraca House and its immediate surroundings. First, it seeks to clarify the date and nature of the archaeological contexts from which excavators recovered the inscriptions, and evaluates the quantity and quality of data presented in the official excavation report. And finally, the study draws on previously unpublished material from the handwritten daily journals and private diaries of members of the original expedition, including David Gordon Lyon, George Andrew Reisner, Clarence Stanley Fisher, and Gottlieb Schumacher.The previously unpublished records not only provide supplementary data crucial to a study of the ostraca - now held in the collections of the Istanbul Archaeology Museums - but reveals the archaeological and administrative trials faced by the excavators, who found themselves betwixt and between international and local powers and events during the waning years of the Ottoman Empire and the coming of World War I. Despite this, the struggles of a start-up expedition in a burgeoning academic field, and the vicissitudes of world affairs did not prevent the Harvard Expedition from becoming one of the most influential projects of the early twentieth century. Nº de ref. de la librería AAR9780897570954

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Descripción 2017. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 280mm x 216mm x. Hardcover. The Israelite Ostraca (pottery fragments) depicting Hebrew-character inscriptions are among the most important finds of the Harvard Expedition to Samaria, ancient Kingdom of .Shipping may be from our Sydney, NSW warehouse or from our UK or US warehouse, depending on stock availability. 240 pages. 0.413. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780897570954

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