Tuesday, April 09, 2013

New Excavation Reports: Megiddo, Gezer, Sepphoris

Several significant excavation reports will be published in the next couple of months and Eisenbrauns is offering major discounts on pre-orders.

Megiddo V: The 2004-2008 Seasons

Gezer VII: The Middle Bronze and Later Fortifications in Fields II, IV, and VIII

Sepphoris I: The Pottery from Ancient Sepphoris

MegiddoVcover.inddWith the ongoing debate over the chronology of the Iron Age II, the Megiddo volumes may receive the most attention from scholars.

Eisenbrauns has a number of other excavation reports on sale, including volumes on Bab edh-Dhra, Lahav (volumes I-II), Tell el-Hesi (volumes II-V), Gezer (volumes I-III, V), and Dothan. For those interested in a popular work, the Timnah volume is now marked down 50% (to $15).

There doesn’t seem to be a direct link to the sale page, so go to the home page, read about their phenomenal new “Online/Offline Backup Service” (announced on April 1), and follow the link to the sale from there.

A couple of recently published excavation reports are reviewed in the current issue of Biblical Archaeology Review. In the article now available online, William G. Dever reviews Ashkelon 3: The Seventh Century B.C. and Hazor: The 1990–2009 Excavations: The Iron Age.

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  • Were these the "archaeological reports of sites in northern Israel" you spent much of last year reading?

    By Blogger pithom, at Tue Apr 09, 10:20:00 AM  

  • The Hazor and Dothan ones, yes. The ones not yet published, no. Also Megiddo III, IV, Jokneam, Beth Shean, Taanach, Jezreel, Kinneret, Bethsaida, es-Saidiyeh, Deir Alla, and others.

    By Blogger Todd Bolen, at Tue Apr 09, 10:25:00 AM  

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