2 edition of Islamic glass vessels from the Hebrew University excavations at Bet Shean found in the catalog.
Islamic glass vessels from the Hebrew University excavations at Bet Shean
by Institute of Archaeology, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Jerusalem
Written in English
|Statement||Shulamit Hadad ; with a contribution by Benny Arubas.|
|Series||Qedem reports -- 8, Excavations at Bet Shean -- v. 2|
|LC Classifications||NK5108.9 .H32 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 202 p. :|
|Number of Pages||202|
|LC Control Number||2007550955|
Among the hundreds of artifacts uncovered in these excavations was a copper alloy sealing ring left in a destruction layer of the site that dates to year 71 CE and attributed to the Roman conquest of the site. The finds were all stored at the Hebrew University, yet recently the ring was cleaned and re-examined, and proved to bear an image of. The Hebrew University. Jerusalem (Hebrew; English summary, pp. vi–xxxvii). Amit D. and Eshel H. The Bar Kokhba Revolt in the Southern Hebron Mountains. Umayyad Coin Hoards from the Beth Shean Excavations of the Hebrew University. INJ – Amitai-Preiss N., Berman A. and Qedar S. – Glass. In D.T Ariel.
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The head on the left is from the Louvre, provenance unknown. The second head on loan from the British museum was found in in the River Thames below a bridge. The third on the right is from the Israel museum collection, actually a head and torso found at Tel Shalem, the camp of the Sixth Roman legion in the Bet Shean valley. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
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Jerusalem: Institute of Archaeology, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, (OCoLC) Online version: Hadad, Shulamit.
Islamic glass vessels from the Hebrew University excavations at Bet Shean. Ben-Tor, D. Ben-Ami and A. Livneh: Yoqne'am III: The Middle and Late Bronze Ages (Final Report of the Archaeological Excavations ) S. Hadad: Bet Shean 2: Islamic Glass Vessels from the Hebrew University Excavations at Bet Shean; Y.
Garfinkel and D. Ben-Shlomo: Sha'ar Hagolan 2: The Rise of Urban Concepts in the Ancient Near East. Hadad: Bet Shean 2: Islamic Glass Vessels from the Hebrew University Excavations at Bet Shean; Y. Garfinkel and D. Ben-Shlomo: Sha'ar Hagolan 2: The Rise of Urban Concepts in the Ancient Near East.
Gilboa, A., Sharon, I. Zorn, J.R. and Matskevich, S. Excavations at Dor, Final Report Volume IIA. The marvered glass vessels presented in this study, dating from the Umayyad through Mamluk periods, were discovered at Bet Shean in the excavations conducted in /1 and – by the Author: Shulamit Hadad.
Nov 07, · (vol. 9) sha'ar hagolan: volume 2—the rise of urban concepts in the ancient near east pp. i-xxviii, ; (vol. 8) excavations at bet shean, volume 2: islamic glass vessels from the hebrew university excavations at bet shean pp. During the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods, Beit She'an became known as Scythopolis ("City of the Scythians", probably mercenaries who, as veterans, settled there).
According to tradition the city was founded by Dionysos, and his nursemaid Nysa was buried there; it was known also as Nysa-Scythopolis. The Islamic Glass Vessels. In: Hadad, S. and Khamis, E. Inscribed Pottery Gutfeld, O.
Ramla: Final Report on the Lamps from the Early Islamic Period at Beth Excavations North of the White Mosque (Qedem Shean. Scanlon G.T. and Pinder-Wilson R. Fusṭāṭ Glass of the Early Islamic Period, Finds Excavated by the American Research Center in Egypt London.
4 Twenty inscribed, and some 25 unmarked, stamps are known from the Hebrew University’s excavations at Beth Shean. Most are from the Umayyad period, and some. Beit She'arim (Hebrew: בֵּית שְׁעָרִים, "House of the Gates") is the currently used name for the ancient Jewish town of Bet She'arāyim (בּית שערַיִם, "House of Two Gates") or Kfar She'arāyim (כְּפר שערַיִם, "Village of Two Gates"), made popular by its necropolis, now known as Beit She'arim National stichtingdoel.coming body: Israel Nature and Parks Authority.
CHAPTER 3 Glass Vessels from the Early Islamic Period Recovered at Ramla (White Mosque Street) Ofer Gat The glass assemblage recovered in the current excavation (see Chapter 1, this volume) is unusual among Early Islamic findings in Ramla, in terms of both quantities and and breadth of repertoire.
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Excavations (carried out in ) in the newly opened Area M at the site unearthed a dump of that dare, in which considerable numbers of raw glass chunks and fragmentary glass vessels were recovered.
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Several Jewish tombs of the first and second centuries C.E. have yielded glass vessels. Glass vessels are relatively rare in ossuary tombs around Jerusalem, which are no later than 70 C.E.
A tomb excavated at Ramat Raḥel in (Tomb I) contained a small bottle with a. The project explores mainly domestic complexes of this quarter of the city. Most of the excavated structures stem from the Late Roman to Early Islamic periods.
During the excavations, evidences were excavated containing the inventory of houses and among the finds were glass vessels, most of Cited by: 4.
Beit She'arim National Park. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. The oil lamps from the Hebrew University excavations at Bet Shean.
Qedem reports, 4. Jerusalem: Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Generally a very useful book, particularly when you're lucky enough to be looking at objects from the same site that happen to be in the very museum you're working in.
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