2 edition of Excavations at Tel Lachish, 1978-1983 found in the catalog.
Excavations at Tel Lachish, 1978-1983
|Other titles||Tel Aviv. Vol. 10, no. 2.|
|Statement||by David Ussishkin ; with contributions by Pirhiya Beck, Raphael Giveon, Ilana Mozel.|
|Series||Reprint series / Tel Aviv University, Institute of Archaeology -- no. 6, Reprint series (Universiṭat Tel-Aviv. Makhon le-arkheʾologyah) -- no. 6|
|Contributions||Beck, Pirhiya, 1931-, Giveon, Raphael., Mozel, Ilana.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. 97-185, 44 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||185|
First Temple-era discovery at Tel Lachish Dig reveals ruins of a biblical city from the reign of King Hezekiah. Arutz Sheva Staff, 28/09/16 EXCAVATIONS AT TEL LACHISH PRELIMINARY REPORT [Paperback] [ ] USSISHKIN, D.: D. USSISHKIN: Books - or: D. USSISHKIN.
Tel Lachish, the mound of the ancient city of Lachish, is located in the lowlands of the Judean Hills, some 40 km. southeast of Jerusalem. The abundance of water sources and the fertile valleys of the area favored the existence of a prosperous city over a considerable period of time. The mound of the city was first excavated during the s. Archaeological work at the site of Tel ‘Eton, located between the Shephelah and the Hebron hill country in Israel, may have uncovered an important Iron Age Judahite administrative scholars identify Tel ‘Eton with Biblical ‘Eglon, a Canaanite city conquered by the Israelites in the Book of Joshua (Joshua –36; ).In the Iron Age, the southern Levant was split between.
Tel Lachish was excavated for six years, between and , by a British expedition directed by J. L. Starkey. Starkey planned the work systematically and on a large scale for many years to come, and dedicated the first excavation seasons to digging areas beside the mound, and graveyards in its vicinity. An important and unusual discovery was made in archaeological excavations that were carried out in the Tel Lachish National Park: a gate-shrine from the First Temple period (eighth century BCE) in what archaeologists perceive as compelling evidence of King Hezekiah’s efforts to abolish worship there, as described in the Bible: “ He removed the high places, smashed the sacred stones and cut.
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Excavations at Tel Lachish, Second preliminary report (Universiṭat Tel-Aviv. The Book of Joshua refers to Lachish in 1978-1983 book 10 (verses 3, 5, 23, Excavations at Tel Lachish - –, Preliminary Report, Tel Aviv, vol.
5, pp.^ D. Ussishkin, Excavations at Tel Lachish – Second Preliminary Report, Tel Aviv, vol. 10, pp.Get this from a library. Excavations at Tel Lachish, second preliminary report.
[David Ussishkin; Pirhiya Beck; Raphael Giveon; Ilana Mozel]. The Renewed Archaeological Excavations at Lachish.
David Ussishkin (Tel Aviv: Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology, Tel Aviv Univ., ), 5 vols, 2, pp., $ for the set, plus $50 air mail postage (available from the publisher at [email protected]). Among cities in ancient Judah, Lachish was second only to Jerusalem in importance. “ Excavations at Tel Lachish – Second Preliminary Report,” Tel App.
97 – Ussishkin, David. “ Levels VII and VI at Tel Lachish and the End of the Late Bronze Age in Canaan," in: J.N. Tubb (ed.), Palestine in the Bronze and Iron Ages, Papers in Honour of Olga Tufnell, London,pp.
– D. Ussishkin, Excavations at Tel Lachish Second Preliminary Report, Tel App. Ussishkin, Levels VII and VI at Tel Lachish and the End of the Late Bronze Age in Canaan, in: J.N.
Tubb (ed.), Palestine in the Bronze and Iron Ages, Papers in Honour of Olga Tufnell, London,pp. Tel Aviv University welcomes collaboration and research development with scholars from around the world. The Institute's Post-Doctoral position provides the platform for such networking and scholarship.
Excavations at Tel Beth-Shean –, volume II. The image and the book: iconic cult, aniconism and the rise of book religion in Israel and the Ancient Near East. Leuven: Peeters. Ussishkin, D. The renewed archaeological excavations at Lachish. During the recent excavations at Tel Lachish a previously unknown Canaanite temple of the 12th century BCE was uncovered in the north-eastern corner of the mound.
This book. Excavations at Tel Lachish, – Second preliminary report, Makhon le-arkheÊ¾ologyah Reprint series - Tel Aviv University, Institute of Archaeology, The Village of Silwan, The Necropolis from the Period of the Judean Kingdom, Jerusalem, (Hebrew edition - ).
Tel Lachish (Hebrew: תל לכיש; Greek: Λαχις; Latin: Tel Lachis), is the site of an ancient Near East city, now an archaeological site and an Israeli national park.
Lachish is located in the Shephelah region of Israel between Mount Hebron and the Mediterranean coast. It is first mentioned in the Amar. "Tracing Transformations" continues excavations at Area S and Area P at Tel Lachish, a key-site of the southern Levant during the Bronze and Iron Ages.
Area S is a trench on the western edge of Tel Lachish and was originally excavated by the University of Tel Aviv's expedition directed by.
finds uncovered have made Tel Lachish a key site for the study of the history of the Land of Israel in the Biblical period.
This book presents a general readership with the history of Lachish in light of the excavations conducted at the site, focusing upon the excavations carried out from to under the direction of David Ussishkin.
Ussishkin, David, The Renewed Archaeological Excavations at Lachish (), Volumes I-V (Tel Aviv, Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology, ). EXCAVATIONS AT TEL LACHISH PRELIMINARY REPORT [Paperback] [ ] USSISHKIN, D.
USSISHKIN] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. ——— The Renewed Archaeological Excavations at Lachish, Volume V. Tel Aviv: Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology, ——— “Excavations at Tel Lachish – – Preliminary Report.” Tel Aviv 5 (): ——— “Excavations at Tel Lachish — Second Preliminary Report.” Tel Aviv 10 ( The current excavation focusses on Middle and Late Bronze Age (c.
BC) remains and explores the region’s political and economic ties with Egypt, Syria, and the eastern Mediterranean. Tel Lachish (Tell ed-Duweir) is located about 40 km southwest of Jerusalem and was once a thriving Bronze (c.
BC) and Iron Age (c. The Conquest of Lachish by Sennacherib. Tel Aviv, Ussishkin, David. “Excavations at Tel Lachish, – Second Preliminary Report.” Tel Aviv 10 (): 97– Ussishkin, David. “Levels VII and VI at Tel Lachish and the End of the Bronze Age in Canaan.”. Tag: Tel Lachish News.
Hebrew University Team Unearths Canaanite Temple at Lachish. The Biblical Book of Joshua tells the story of the ancient Israelites’ entry into the Promised Land after a year sojourn in the desert. Now, a team of archaeologists led by Professor Yosef Garfinkel at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Institute of.
Get this from a library. The renewed archaeological excavations at Lachish (). [David Ussishkin]. Buy Excavations at Tel LachishPreliminary Report 1st Edition by David Ussishkin (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : David Ussishkin.Tel Lachish (Hebrew: תל לכיש ; Greek: Λαχις; Latin: Tel Lachis), also Tell ed-Duweir, is the site of an ancient Near East city, now an archaeological site and an Israeli national h is located in the Shephelah region of Israel between Mount Hebron and the Mediterranean coast.
It is first mentioned in the Amarna letters as Lakisha-Lakiša (EA, ).Interpretation. The events surrounding the conquest of Lachish are recorded in an unparalleled number of sources for the 8th century BCE; in the Hebrew Bible, the Lachish reliefs, Assyrian cuneiform prisms and in the archeological excavations at Lachish.
Sennacherib's conquests of Judean cities, without the capital Jerusalem, are mentioned in the Bible, the book of Kings, Book of Chronicles.