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by Kathleen Mary Kenyon,T.A. Holland

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Author: Kathleen Mary Kenyon,T.A. Holland
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Excavations at Jericho: Volume FIve: The Pottery Phases of the Tell and Other Finds. Series: Excavations at Jericho. Hardcover: 647 pages.

Excavations at Jericho: Volume FIve: The Pottery Phases of the Tell and Other Finds. Kathleen Mary Kenyon.

by Kathleen M. Kenyon. The final Jericho report with further description, classification and discussion of the pottery and other finds ranging from flints to jewellery. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Excavations at Jericho Vol. V : The Pottery Phases of the Tell and Other Finds. by Kathleen M. Kenyon and .

Jericho V: The pottery phases of the Tell and other finds.

Volume 61, Issue 232. July 1987, pp. 341-342. Kathleen M. Kenyon & . Jericho IV: The pottery type series and other finds. Oxford: British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem/Oxford university Press, 1982. 647 p. 259 fi. 12 pls. £60. - Jericho V: The pottery phases of the Tell and other finds. Oxford: British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem/Oxford University Press, 1983. 40 pls. Joan Oates (a1).

Kenyon and Thomas A. Holland, Excavations at Jericho Volume 4: The Pottery Type Series and Other Finds (Jericho 4) (London: British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem, 1982); and Excavations at Jericho Volume 5: The Pottery Phases of the Tell and Other Finds ( Jericho 5 ) (London: BSAJ, 1983). 18. Excavations at Jericho, Vol. 3: The Architecture and Stratigraphy of the Tell ( Jericho 3 ), ed. Thomas A. Holland (London: BSAJ, 1981).

Dame Kathleen Mary Kenyon, DBE, FBA, FSA (5 January 1906 – 24 August 1978) was a British archaeologist of Neolithic culture in the Fertile Crescent

Dame Kathleen Mary Kenyon, DBE, FBA, FSA (5 January 1906 – 24 August 1978) was a British archaeologist of Neolithic culture in the Fertile Crescent. She led excavations of Tell es-Sultan, the site of ancient Jericho, from 1952 to 1958, and has been called one of the most influential archaeologists of the 20th century. She was Principal of St Hugh's College, Oxford from 1962 to 1973.

Home Browse Books Book details, Excavations at Jawa 1972-1986 .

Home Browse Books Book details, Excavations at Jawa 1972-1986: Stratigraphy,. Excavations at Jawa 1972-1986: Stratigraphy, Pottery, and Other Finds. This volume is the first in a series of three concerning excavations at the sites of Jawa and Um Hammad in Jordan. Similarly, Tell Um Hammad was also re-occupied at the end of the Early Bronze Age, when a widespread village grew up, over and beyond the earlier settlement. The reports presented in these volumes are the result of the inspiration and the dedicated inquiry of Svend Helms, and the fruits of much hard work in the field by a number of individuals.

Her excavations found a series of seventeen early Bronze Age walls .

Her excavations found a series of seventeen early Bronze Age walls, some of which she thought may have been destroyed by earthquakes. The last of the walls was put together in a hurry, indicating that the settlement had been destroyed by nomadic invaders. Despite the existence of the wall and tower, Jericho was still a proto-city, much like Çatalhöyük. Other ancient walls from the tell, different from the one discussed here, were built of unbaked mud bricks set in mud mortar on a foundation of stone. The Neolithic bricks were hand-made and in differing shapes for different periods.

The final Jericho report with further description, classification and discussion of the pottery and other finds ranging from flints to jewellery.