Includes bibliographical references (p. 146-155).
|Statement||Ezra L. Meyerhof.|
|Series||BAR international series ;, 534|
|LC Classifications||DS111.1 .M49 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||90113464|
The Bronze Age Necropolis at Kibbutz Hazorea, Israel (British Archaeological Reports International Series). Find all books from Ezra L. Meyerhof. At you can find used, antique and new books, compare results and immediately purchase your selection at the best price. vi. HaZore'a' (Hebrew: הַזּוֹרֵעַ , lit. The Sower) is a kibbutz in northern Israel established in by German is the only kibbutz that was established by members of the Werkleute  movement. Located in the western rim of the Jezreel Valley, it falls under the jurisdiction of Megiddo Regional it had a population of In the Early Bronze Age, the inhabitants of Canaan built the first walled towns. These towns were not large -- populations seldom exceeded ; the largest had perhaps - inhabitants. The evolution of urban societies had a profound effect on the civilization in Canaan. The clear boundaries. Meyerhof, Ezra L. The Bronze Age Necropolis at Kib-butz Hazorea, Israel. BAR International Series Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, vi + pp.?12, de Miroschedji, Pierre, ed. L'urbanisation de la Palestine a l'~ge du Bronze ancien: Bilan et perspectives des recherches actuelles. Actes du Colloque d'Emmaiis.
What you might expect to find: The site is an Early Bronze Age village ( BCE), with mud brick houses, streets and courtyards. The dwellings contain rich household remains, including pottery vessels, flint, stone tools, animal bones and botanical remains. At around BCE, during what is now seen as the transition from the Late Bronze Age to the Iron Age, the eastern Mediterranean world suffered mass societal collapse. In his excellent B.C. The Year Civilization Collapsed Eric Cline sums up just how serious the chaos was. The Bronze Age Necropolis at Kibbutz Hazorea, Israel. Oxford: BAR International Series Oxford: British Archaeological Reports. Miller, J. M. (éd.) Archaeological Survey of the Kerak Plateau, Conducted during Atlanta: American Schools Of Oriental Research, Archaeological Reports 1. Miroschedji, P. de. Qadmoniot: A Journal for the Antiquities of Eretz-Israel and Bible Lands / קדמוניות: כתב-עת לעתיקות ארץ-ישראל וארצות המקרא, Vol. י, No. 1 (37), תשל"ז /
A UNESCO committee has named an ancient Jewish necropolis outside Haifa, Israel, a World Heritage site, which will afford it special protection. The Necropolis of Beit She'arim is in an ancient town of the same name, now abandoned. The 5,year old megalopolis covers acres and is the largest Bronze Age settlement ever discovered in Israel. In addition, the Times of Israel reports that archaeologists found remains of an even earlier, 7,year old Chalcolithic settlement beneath the 5, year old buildings. That’s a . In , during building operations in the area 01 Kibbutz Hazorea, some remains of walls came to light (site ). Subsequently a small settlement belonging to the end of the Early Bronze Age and the be- ginning of the Middle Bronze Age was excavated by L. I. Rahmani for the Israel . The Bronze age necropolis at Kibbutz Hazorea, Israel / Ezra L. Meyerhof. DS M49 Canaan and Israel in antiquity: an introduction / K.L. Noll.