2 edition of Aphek-Antipatris II found in the catalog.
2009 by Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, Tel Aviv University in Tel Aviv .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Yuval Gadot and Esther Yadin ; with contributions by Gabriella Bachi ... [et al.].|
|Series||Tel Aviv University Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology monograph series -- no. 27, Monograph series (Makhon le-arkheʼologyah ʻa. sh. Sonyah u-Marḳo Nadler) -- no. 27.|
|Contributions||Yadin, Esther., Bachi, Gabriella., Kokhavi, Mosheh, 1928-2008., Beck, Pirhiya, 1931-|
|LC Classifications||DS110.A34 G33 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 612 p. :|
|Number of Pages||612|
|LC Control Number||2009465650|
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The second volume of the final excavation report, Aphek-Antipatris II, deals with the remains of the Middle Bronze, Late Bronze and Iron Ages excavated between the years and It includes discoveries on the acropolis as well as a Late Bronze Age stone-built tomb, obviously related to the elite : Yuval Gadot.
Aphek-Antipatris II: The remains on the acropolis We thank them for their knowledgeable study of the finds and cooperation during the process of compiling this book. The quality of a book as complex as this is heavily dependent on the professional skills of its editors.
Theirs is also the unenviable task of nagging, bullying and encouraging. Aphek-Antipatris: Five seasons of excavation at Tel Aphek-Antipatris, () [Mosheh Kokhavi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Mosheh Kokhavi. Related Websites. Tel Aphek – Antipatris (Gems in Israel) A brief history of the site.
Canaanite Aphek (Penn Museum) An article by Moshe Kochavi, discussing the excavation and archaeological finds from Aphek, along with a special section concentrating on inscriptions. Tel Afek (Jewish Magazine) Informative article detailing the site’s history and describing the site’s.
Book a Private Tour to Aphek-Antipatris Aphek-antipatris is on the outskirts of Tel-Aviv. It is about 30 minutes drive from the center of Tel-Aviv, and takes about 2 hours to explore.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Aphek-Antipatris, Tel-Aviv: Tel-Aviv University Institute of Archaeology, (OCoLC) Other Archaeological Sites / The Neolithic of the Levant ( Page Book Online) Ancient Ras Ain (Head of the Spring) / Canaanite Aphek Roman Antipatris / Arabic Afek / Modern Rosh Ha'ayin.
From the second millenium BC onwards Aphek-Antipatris is mentioned in ancient written sources. In book: Aphek-Antipatris II, the Remains on the Acropolis: The Moshe Kochavi and Pirhiya Beck Excavations., Publisher: Institute of Archaeology Monograph Series Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University Author: Sariel Shalev.
The second volume of the final excavation report, Aphek-Antipatris II, deals with the remains of the Middle Bronze, Late Bronze and Iron Ages excavated between the years and It includes discoveries on the acropolis as well as a Late Bronze Age stone-built tomb, obviously related to the elite faction.
Antipatris / æ n ˈ t ɪ p ə t r ɪ s / (Hebrew: אנטיפטריס, Ancient Greek: Αντιπατρίς) was a city built during the first century BC by Herod the Great, who named it in honour of his father, site, now a national park in central Israel, was inhabited from the Chalcolithic Period to the late Roman Period.
The remains of Antipatris are known today as Tel Afek Location: Central District, Israel. Animal representations (Iron Age, Israel) eds. Aphek-Antipatris II: The Remains on the. Acropolis. The Book of Ezekiel and Mesopotamian City Laments.
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Gadot Yuval Yadin Esther Terrestrial Fauna Aphek-Antipatris ii: The Remains on the Acropolis Tel Aviv Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, Tel Aviv University Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology Tel Aviv University 27Cited by: mentioned in 1 Kgs and 2 Kgsas Aphek-Antipatris, a site located about twenty kilometers northeast of Jaffa.
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from the 4th century Serdica. André () in the book Lexique des termes de botaniques en latin. Etudes et commentaire explains that “the Romans got to know this plant from the Greeks, Aphek -Antipatris II.
The Remains on the AcropolisAuthor: Tzvetana Popova. The work included the first full publication of the excavations at Tel Aphek (see Aphek-Antipatris II) and a regional study of trends in the material culture as they understood in relation to historical Yuval is Currently directing and co-directing a number of field excavations and publication projects and he is the archaeological director of the ‘Reconstructing Ancient Israel: The Exact and Life Sciences Perspective.
Kislev ME, Mahler-Slasky Y () Food Remains. In: Gadot Y, Yadin E (eds) Aphek–Antipatris II: The remains on the acropolis, the Moshe Kochavi and Pirhiya Beck excavations. Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, pp – Google ScholarAuthor: Daniel Fuks, Oriya Amichay, Ehud Weiss.
From the Chalcolithic Period to the Ottoman Period the place that was previously known as Tell Ras el-'Ain, and later known as Tel Aphek-Antipatris was continuously inhabited. Its location was identified based on numerous Biblical, Egyptian, Assyrian, and Roman-Byzantine sources.
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Aphek-Antipatris II: Middle Bronze, Late Bronze and Iron Age Remains from the Acropolis (Area X) and Area G of Tel Aphek (in press). Electronic Scientific Programs Kislev, M.E., Melamed, Y., Simchoni, O. and Marmorstein, M. Eben-Ezer (Hebrew: אבן העזר , ’eḇen hā-‘ezer, "the stone of help") is the name of a location that is mentioned by the Books of Samuel as the scene of battles between the Israelites and is specified as having been less than a day's journey by foot from Shiloh, near Aphek, in the neighbourhood of Mizpah, near the western entrance of the pass of Bethoron.
The great battle of Eben-Ezer occurred in the middle of the 11th century between Ebenezer and Aphek, at about BC. This battle is fully detailed in the Bible (1 Samuel 4 1): “Now Israel went out against the Philistines to battle, and pitched beside Ebenezer.
Monograph Series No. Aphek-Antipatris II: The Remains on the Acropolis- The Moshe Kochavi and Pirhiya Beck Excavations. Authors: Yuval Gadot And Esther Yadin Contributors: Gabriella Bachi, David Ben-Shlomo, Elisabetta Boaretto, Eyal Bozaglo, Assaf Yasur-Landau, Rafael Frankel, Ayelet Gilboa, Yuval Goren, Marta Guzowska, Liora Kolska Horwitz.
Aphek‐Antipatris I: Excavations of Areas A and B. the ‐ Seasons – Edited by Moshe Kochavi, Pirhiyah Beck, and Esther Yadin. Ann E. Killebrew; Pages: ; First Published: 14 September Aphek-Antipatris: Five Thousand Years of History (Hebrew Edition) by Moshe Kochavi and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Antipatris (ăntĭp`ətrĭs), city of Roman Palestine, founded by Herod the Great and named after his was c mi ( km) NE of Joppa, on the north-south road.
According to the Acts of the Apostles, Paul was taken there on the way to Caesarea. Megiddo (Israel) is a key site for the study of the stratigraphy, chronology, and history of the Bronze and Iron ages in the Levant.
The article presents a Bayesian chronological model for seven ceramic typology phases and 10 stratigraphic horizons at this site, covering the Late Bronze and much of the Iron by: BSP (Summer ) p.
Excavations at Aphek — Antipatris. With an area of about 30 acres, Aphek-Antipatris is one of the largest mounds in the land of Israel. It is situated near the source of the Yarkon River and was, for this reason, called Tel Ras el-’Ain in Arabic, meaning “Mound at the Head of the Spring.”.
Aphek-Antipatris II: the remains on the Acropolis: the Moshe Kochavi and Pirhiya Beck Excavations. Yuval Gadot and Esther Yadin ; with contributions by Gabriella Bachi [and 21 others].
Tel Aviv University Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of. Izbet Sartah is a small Iron Age I-early IIA (ca. /– BCE) village near Rosh Ha'ayin, located on a small limestone hill overlooking the central coastal plain of Israel, ca. 3 km east of the major ancient city of Aphek (for Izbet Sartah see Finkelstein, ; for Aphek see Gadot and Yadin, ) ().Izbet Sartah is located in the Mediterranean climatic zone of by: Return to Archaeological Bibliography (Israel) Gadot Y.
Aphek in the Sharon and the Philistine Northern Frontier. BASOR – Gadot Y. and Yadin E. Aphek-Antipatris II. The Remains on the Acropolis: The Moshe Kochavi and Pirhiya Beck Excavations (Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University 27).
Tel. Eero Junkkaala Three Conquests of Canaan A Comparative Study of Two Egyptian Military Campaigns and Joshua in the Light of Recent Archaeological Evidence Wars in the Middle East are almost an every day part of our lives, and undeniably the history of war in this area is very long indeed.
This study examines three such wars. Kochavi, Moshe, Aphek-Antipatris I. Excavations of Areas A and B. The Seasons, edited by Kochavi, M., Beck, P. and Yadin, E. (Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology Mono graph Series 19; Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology of the Institute of Archaeology).
Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University, xiv + pages. ISBN. In Aphek-Antipatris II. The Remains on the Acropolis, by Y. Gadot and E. Yadin, pp. Institute of Archaeology, Tel Aviv University.
Levant//T. Aphek//2M//1M Kislev, M. and M. Marmorstein Cereals and Fruit from a Collapsed Cave south of Khirbet Qumran. Israel Exploration Journal Levant//Khirbet Qumran. Aphek Antipatris II. The Re-mains on the Acropolis (Monograph Series of the Institute of Ar-chaeology of Tel Aviv University 72), Tel Aviv.
Gal, Z., ed. Eretz Zafon: Studies in Galilean Archaeology, Jerusalem. Garfinkel, Y., and s. cohen, eds. The Middle Bronze Age IIA Cemetery at Gesher: Final Report (AASOR 62), Boston. Aphek/Antipatris is known by the modern name Ras el-Ain because it is located at the source of the Yarkon River which flows a few miles into the Mediterranean.
as well as in an account of Amenhotep II’s second military campaign® the region. Book of 2 Samuel. Tel Azekah is located on a prominent ridge in the heart of the Judean Lowlands, Israel. Biblical as well as extrabiblical sources mention Azekah as one of the Judahite border towns of the late eighth to early sixth century b.c.e.
that faced the territory of the Philistines. The site was first excavated in – by the British archaeologist F. Bliss, assisted by R. Cited by: 3. A number of significant finds have been unearthed at Tel Aphek/Antipatris: Archaeologists have discovered Egyptian ruins from the Late Bronze Age.
An ancient Cardo was found that dates to the time when Herod the Great renamed the site Antipatris, in honor of his father Antipater.
Gadot Y. & Yadin E. Aphek-Antipatris II: The Remains on the Acropolis: The Moshe Kochavi and Pirhiya Beck Excavations (Tel Aviv University Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology, Tel Aviv, ). Liphschitz N., Waisel Y., Fahn A., Werker E. & Baruch U. in Excavations at the City of David Directed by Yigal Shiloh.
Vol. by: Aphek - Antipatris (Moshe Kochavi, Yuval Gadot, & Esther Yadin, ) Aphek-Antipatris II: The Remains on the Acropolis (The Moshe Kochavi and Pirhiya Beck Excavations) The purpose of the project is to publish the significant results of the excavations carried out by Tel Aviv University Institute of Archaeology at the Upper City of Aphek in the.
excavations. Gadot is the author of many peer-reviewed articles and books, among them Ramat Rahel, The final report of Yohanan Aharoni's excavations(Eisenbraunstogether with Oded Lipschits and Liora Freud) and Aphek-Antipatris II, The finds on the Acropolis (Tel-Aviv University, ).ANTIPATRIS.
ANTIPATRIS (Gr. Αντιπατρις), ancient Palestinian city in the valley of Kefar Sava on the coastal plain, close to the important route Via was the site of biblical *Aphek, known also as Pegae in Hellenistic times, and perhaps as Arethusa from the time of was eventually rebuilt by Herod the Great in memory of his father Antipater (Jos., Ant., ff.).
In the centre ground in this picture is Tell Aphek-Antipatris. Its previous name was Tell Ras el-'Ain. It is a acre site that guards the Aphek Pass of the Via Maris, and is located at the Yarkon River headwaters in the Sharon Plain.
Samuel's Ebenezer stone should be somewhere around here I believe. Has anybody ever found it?