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Bibil Identifier bibil:247322
Publication Type Journal article
Title (English, Long) Stratigraphy of Tel 'En Gev, Israel: Correlation among Three Archaeological Missions
Author Sugimoto, David T.
Journal Palestine Exploration Quarterly (Volume: 147, Issue: 3)
Year (Publication) 2015
Year (Original (1st Edition)) 2015
Year (Copyright) 2015
Year (Reference) 2015
Language English
Pages 195-219 Pages
Genre Original
Abstract Archaeological excavations have been conducted at Tel ‘En Gev, Israel, by three archaeological missions: a group of Israeli archaeologists headed by B. Mazar (1961), the Japanese Archaeological Project in the Biblical Land (1990–2004), and Keio University, Japan (2009–2011). Mazar and others detected five Iron Age strata in the ‘lower city’ and four in the ‘upper city’. On the other hand, the Japanese mission found only two strata from the Iron Age and one each for Persian, Hellenistic, and Early Roman periods, while Keio University uncovered three Iron Age strata and one Persian–Hellenistic stratum. Therefore, until date, no coherent timeframe has been established for the site. In this paper, the evidence gathered by the three groups will be examined and compared to reconstruct a coherent picture of the historical development of Tel ‘En Gev.
DOI 10.1179/1743130114Y.0000000014
Keywords Thesaurus BiBIL : Old Testament (Introduction) : Archaeology of Canaan-Israel : Sites : Sites (C - G) : Galilee
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