Sunday, August 09, 2009

New Book: Eilat Mazar, The Palace of King David

The first preliminary report of Eilat Mazar’s excavations of the City of Davidmazar_palace is provocatively entitled, The Palace of King David.  The cover art shows an artist’s reconstruction of the palace, based on far more than what Mazar has excavated in her first three seasons.  The 100-page work is subtitled Excavations at the Summit of the City of David: Preliminary Report of Seasons 2005-2007, and it is to be published by Shoham Academic Research and Publication in 2009.  Eisenbrauns has it available for pre-order for $22.50.

The publisher’s description is as follows:

The preliminary report of the excavations at the top of the City of David hill in 2005-2007 summarizes the main findings from the Chalcolithic (the 5th millenium [sic] BCE) through the early Islamic (the 11th century CE) periods and presents initial conclusions of great importance to the study of the ancient history of Jerusalem.

UPDATE (8/10): The book is now shipping.

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4 Comments:

  • Todd,

    it just arrived today.

    James

    By Blogger jps, at Mon Aug 10, 01:53:00 PM  

  • Congratulation for bliefing us. Your work is in my hand keep it up

    By Blogger Kenneth Mwazembe, at Fri Aug 21, 08:23:00 AM  

  • Congratulation for briefing us. Your work is in my hand keep it up

    By Blogger Kenneth Mwazembe, at Fri Aug 21, 08:25:00 AM  

  • Olá, tenho um blog e ultimamente fui questionado quando a existência do rei Davi. Gostaria de saber se o senhor poderia me trazer alguma referência bibliográfica a respeito da comprovação científica da existência do rei Davi? Pelo que vejo acima, a Dra Eliat Mazar realmente provou a existência do Palácio de Davi? E a Estela de Tel Dan? Muitos afirmam que ela seria de um período tardio, isso é verdade? Com tais argumentos pretendo defender a minha fé contra um ateu. Obrigado! My e-mail is "biohoffmann@hotmail.com".

    By Blogger Hugo Hoffmann, at Sat Feb 06, 11:30:00 AM  

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