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The Middle Bronze Age Remains. Gothenburg: Åström, 1974. Paper, Sw. Kr. 100. - 3) R. S. Merrillees: Trade and Transcendence in the Bronze Age Levant.
The Middle Bronze Age Remains. Pp. 79; 61 figures, 2 maps. Gothenburg; Aström, 1974.
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As a part of its framework a project of excavation in northern Greece has been conducted (Anthemountas Valley Archaeological Project – AVAP), to which two projects granted by the National Science Centre are related. During the Middle Bronze Age in Sicily, there is evidence for material contact with several extra-insular societies, not least with the contemporary Mycenaean culture based in the Aegean.
Tall al-Ajjul or Tell el-'Ajul is an archaeological mound or tell in the Gaza Strip. The fortified city excavated at the site dates as far back ca. 2000-1800 BCE and was inhabited during the Bronze Age. It is located at the mouth of Wadi Ghazzah just south of the town of Gaza. Karin Westerberg: Cypriote Ships From the Bronze Age to C. 500 . 1 Map, 1 Line Drawing. Göteborg: Paul Åström, 1983.
Tell el 'Ajjul: The Middle Bronze Age Remains. A Comparison Study of Middle Bronze Age II Daggers and Their Rivets as a Tool for a Better Understanding of Their Production.
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A similar phase can be detected at Tell el-Far'ah North, the location of biblical Tirzah, and perhaps at sites in the Beth-shean Valley.
During the first season of excavations in 2014 at the Late Bronze Age site of Kaymakçı, a bronze knife with an unusually decorated handle was found more. A similar phase can be detected at Tell el-Far'ah North, the location of biblical Tirzah, and perhaps at sites in the Beth-shean Valley. This phase portrays significant urban and economic developments in the Northern Kingdom in pre-Omride times, probably in the days of King Baasha.
The American Journal of Archaeology, published by the Archaeological Institute of. .Tell el 'Ajjūl: The Middle Bronze Age Remains by James R. Stewart, Hanna E. Kassis
The American Journal of Archaeology, published by the Archaeological Institute of America, was founded in 1885 and is one of the world's oldest and most di. Kassis. Kassis (pp. 199-200).
To the contrary, the Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology aim to immerse readers in fundamental archaeological ideas and concepts, but also to illuminate more advanced concepts, thereby exposing readers to some of the most exciting contemporary developments in the field.