Last edited by Doura
Thursday, October 8, 2020 | History

3 edition of Excavations at Tell Deir ʻAlla found in the catalog.

Excavations at Tell Deir ʻAlla

H. J. Franken

Excavations at Tell Deir ʻAlla

the Late Bronze Age sanctuary

by H. J. Franken

  • 149 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Peeters Press in Louvain, Belgium .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Dayr ʻAllā, Tall (Jordan),
  • Jordan,
  • Dayr ʻAllā, Tall.
    • Subjects:
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Jordan -- Dayr ʻAllā, Tall.,
    • Bronze age -- Jordan -- Dayr ʻAllā, Tall.,
    • Dayr ʻAllā, Tall (Jordan),
    • Jordan -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [xiii]-xv).

      Other titlesLate Bronze Age sanctuary
      StatementH.J. Franken.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS154.9.D34 F723 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 196 p. :
      Number of Pages196
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1210346M
      ISBN 109068314084
      LC Control Number94206327
      OCLC/WorldCa32694770

      Jabesh-Gilead (Hebrew: יָבֵ֣שׁ גִּלְעָ֑ד Yāḇêš Gil‘āḏ) is an ancient town referred to in four books of the Hebrew biblical scholars believe it to have been located east of the Jordan River, in the vicinity of Wadi Yabes. The name Jabesh means "dry" in Hebrew. Jabesh Gilead is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible Book of Judges, in the first and second books of. Tell Ahmar Published: () Excavations at Tell Deir ʻAlla Published: () Tell Ahmar / 3 Neo-Assyrian pottery from area C / Andrew Jamieson by: Jamieson, Andrew Published: () Shechem. 1. The Middle Bronze IIB pottery.

      Franken, H. J. and Kalsbeek, J. Potters of a medieval village in the Jordan Valley: excavations at Tell deir `Alla--a medieval tell, Tell Abu Gourdan, Jordan / H. J. Franken, J. Kalsbeek North-Holland Pub. Co. ; American Elsevier Pub. Co Amsterdam: . Henk Franken and the study of pottery / Abraham Van As, Gloria A. London --Tell Deir ʻAlla in the late Bronze and Iron Ages / Eveline J. van der Steen --Deir ʻAlla and its religion / Hendricus J. Franken --Dots close together on a map: Mycenaean pottery in the Jordan valley / G.J. van Wijngaarden --Tell Deir ʻAlla: the newcomers of the.

      Get this from a library! Potters of a medieval village in the Jordan Valley: excavations at Tell deir ʻAllā--a medieval tell, Tell Abu Gourdan, Jordan. [H J Franken; J Kalsbeek]. The Excavations at Tell Deir Alla, Jordan () Margreet L. Steiner & Bart Wagemakers | This is the account of a remarkable excavation. It started with a modest dig on an unremarkable tell in Jordan. The name of the tell does not .


Share this book
You might also like
first work of these times

first work of these times

Making It Home

Making It Home

Self-assessment of current knowledge in pediatric hematology and oncology

Self-assessment of current knowledge in pediatric hematology and oncology

Playing Ymca Volleyball

Playing Ymca Volleyball

Electric underground

Electric underground

Outdoor Life deer hunters yearbook, 1992

Outdoor Life deer hunters yearbook, 1992

OSHA guide for health care facilities

OSHA guide for health care facilities

Report on anti-terrorist precautions in industry.

Report on anti-terrorist precautions in industry.

Youre On Your Own, Snoopy

Youre On Your Own, Snoopy

The greatest sufferers not always the greatest sinners.

The greatest sufferers not always the greatest sinners.

Prophecies of Leviathan

Prophecies of Leviathan

Perth Academy prospectus.

Perth Academy prospectus.

Gospel-method of conquering sinners unto Christ, opened and applied, in several sermons preached before the Sacrament of the Lords Supper upon Luke XIV.23 compard with 2 Cor. X. 4,5

Gospel-method of conquering sinners unto Christ, opened and applied, in several sermons preached before the Sacrament of the Lords Supper upon Luke XIV.23 compard with 2 Cor. X. 4,5

CliffsNotes ASVAB AFQT cram plan

CliffsNotes ASVAB AFQT cram plan

Excavations at Tell Deir ʻAlla by H. J. Franken Download PDF EPUB FB2

Excavations at Tell Deir 'alla: The Late Bronze Age Sanctuary Mass Market Paperback – Decem Find all the books, read about the author, and : HJ Franken. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone : H. J Franken. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Franken, H.J.

(Hendricus Jacobus), Excavations at Tell Deir ʻAllā. Leiden, E.J. Brill, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Franken, H.J. (Hendricus Jacobus), Excavations at Tell Deir ʻAlla. Louvain, Belgium: Peeters Press, Authors: Franken H.J.

Year: ISBN: Pages: XV p. Price: 35 EURO Add to cart: Summary. Excavations at Tell Deir ʻAlla Season by: Ibrahim, Moawiyahet al. Published: () Book and script at Deir ʻAlla by: Kooij, Gerrit van der Published: () Excavations at Tell Deir ʻAlla Published: ().

The story of the excavations at Tell Deir Alla in the s have never been told in any detail, and the excavation results have mostly been published in scholarly books and journals which are difficult to access.

This book hopes to remedy that. It recounts the story of the first ten years of the project, from when funding for the project. The name Deir Alla became an international benchmark for modern scientific research, for prompt publication of the remarkable finds and for independent interpretation of the excavation results.

The story of the excavations at Tell Deir Alla in the s have never been told in any detail, and the excavation results have mostly been published in scholarly books and journals Author: Margreet L.

Steiner Bart Wagemakers. (Fragments from the Book of Balaam Found at Deir Alla, André Lemaire, BAR, Sep/Oct ) 3. "Found at Tell Deir ʿAllā, near the River Zerqa (biblical Jabbok) in the eastern Jordan Valley, these texts were apparently once displayed in a room of a building that is commonly believed to have been a sanctuary.

Deir Alla was the first Bronze Age city excavated in Jordan. The initial expectations were of establishing a relative chronology of Palestine pottery in the transition between the Bronze Age to the Iron Age, established through meticulous y: Jordan.

Even more remarkable, however, was the discovery of a painted text that contained a prophecy by Balaam, a non-Israelite prophet who is mentioned in the Biblical book of Numbers as a servant working for the Moabite king Balak.

(The site of Deir 'Alla is, technically, on the Ammonite side of the river Jabbok.). Induring the excavations at Tell Deir 'Alla, weekends were used to conduct a survey of the region.

This survey was site-oriented, aimed at finding and rechecking the sites that had been Author: Marina Pucci.

Excavations at Tell Deir Allā. 1: A stratigraphical and analytical study of the early Iron Age pottery. Potters of a Mediaeval Village in the Jordan Valley: Excavations at Tell deir Alla (Ceramic Studies in Archaeology) [Franken, H J, Kalsbeek, J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Potters of a Mediaeval Village in the Jordan Valley: Excavations at Tell deir Alla (Ceramic Studies in Archaeology). The Deir 'Alla Inscription (or Bal'am Son of Be'or Inscription) was discovered during a excavation in Deir 'Alla, Jordan.

The excavation revealed a multiple-chamber structure that had been destroyed by an earthquake during the Persian period, on the wall of which was written a story relating visions of Bal'am. Franken HJ, Excavations at Tell Deir Alla: the Late Bronze Age Sanctuary, Leuven / Louvain: Peeters ().

Shea WH, "The Inscribed Tablets From Tell Deir 'Alla", Andrews University Seminary Studies ;[11] For a succinct summary of the site and its excavations, see Gerrit van der Kooij, “Deir ‘Alla, Tell,” The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land [12] Shmuel Aḥituv, Echoes from the Past: Hebrew and Cognate Inscriptions from the Biblical Period (Translated by Anson F.

Rainey; Jerusalem: Carta. Potters of a medieval village in the Jordan Valley: excavations at Tell deir `Alla--a medieval tell, Te Art of the ancient world: painting, pottery, sculpture, architecture from Egypt, Mesopotamia Crete, Gre Gastrointestinal radiology in pediatrics / Edmund A.

Franken, Jr. The Deir ‘Alla Inscription (also called the Bala’am Son of Be’or Inscription) was discovered during the Deir ‘Alla excavations under the direction of Henk J. Franken in Jordan inwritten in ink on a plastered wall.

Henk Franken contributed much to the archaeology of the Levant. He directed excavations, in the s and s, at the Bronze and Iron Age site of Tell Deir 'Alla, and was later involved in the excavations at the nearby Mamluk site of Tell Abu Sarbut. This volume, dedicated to his memory, is Pages:.

A History of Pottery and Potters in Ancient Jerusalem: Excavations by K.M. Kenyon in Jerusalem The Netherlands, and the author of Excavations at Tell Deir 'Alla: The Late Bronze Sanctuary (Louvain, ) and of numerous articles on Near Eastern archaeology.

Product details Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Cited by: 4.IV The excavations at Tell el-Hammeh. In and two seasons of small-scale excavations were conducted at Tell el-Hammeh on the north bank of the lower course of the Zerqa1 (fig. ). Tell el-Hammeh lies km east of Tell Deir 'Alla, at the point where the Zerqa enters the foothills.

It.Potters of a medieval village in the Jordan Valley: Excavations at Tell deir Alla--a medieval tell, Tell Abu Gourdan, Jordan (North-Holland ceramic studies in archaeology ; v.

3) [H. J Franken] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.