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Megiddo VI

The 2010–2014 Seasons

Edited by Israel Finkelstein and Mario A. S. Martin

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$299.95 | Hardcover Edition
ISBN: 978-1-64602-165-9

1924 pages
8.5" × 11"
20 color/867 b&w illustrations
2022
Co-published with The Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University

Monograph Series of the Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology

Megiddo VI

The 2010–2014 Seasons

Edited by Israel Finkelstein and Mario A. S. Martin

Megiddo, a key site for the study of the Bronze and Iron Ages, is unique among the sites of the ancient Near East. Featuring remains from over 30 settlements, Megiddo is strategically located on the main highway of the Old World, leading from Egypt to Mesopotamia. It is mentioned in important verses in the Bible and in Egyptian and Assyrian texts. Beyond archaeology, it is of great significance to the fields of the history of ancient Israel and biblical studies. The Tel Aviv University excavations at the site aim, through the implementation of modern methods, to achieve a full stratigraphic-chronological sequence, while placing special emphasis on studies related to the exact and life sciences. The three volumes of Megiddo VI: The 2010–2014 Seasons display a rich set of finds, spanning about 1,000 years of history from the Middle Bronze Age to the Iron Age IIB. They include a large number of studies in archaeology and the exact and life sciences, including topics such as radiocarbon dating, geoarchaeology, paleomagnetism, and metallurgy.

 

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Megiddo, a key site for the study of the Bronze and Iron Ages, is unique among the sites of the ancient Near East. Featuring remains from over 30 settlements, Megiddo is strategically located on the main highway of the Old World, leading from Egypt to Mesopotamia. It is mentioned in important verses in the Bible and in Egyptian and Assyrian texts. Beyond archaeology, it is of great significance to the fields of the history of ancient Israel and biblical studies. The Tel Aviv University excavations at the site aim, through the implementation of modern methods, to achieve a full stratigraphic-chronological sequence, while placing special emphasis on studies related to the exact and life sciences. The three volumes of Megiddo VI: The 2010–2014 Seasons display a rich set of finds, spanning about 1,000 years of history from the Middle Bronze Age to the Iron Age IIB. They include a large number of studies in archaeology and the exact and life sciences, including topics such as radiocarbon dating, geoarchaeology, paleomagnetism, and metallurgy.

Israel Finkelstein is Professor Emeritus of Archaeology at Tel Aviv University, a member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, and a foreign member of the French Académie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Notable among his many published books are The Archaeology of the Israelite Settlement, Living on the Fringe, The Bible Unearthed, David and Solomon, The Forgotten Kingdom, and Hasmonean Realities Behind Ezra, Nehemiah, and Chronicles. Mario A. S. Martin is a research fellow at the Sonia & Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology at Tel Aviv University and a codirector of the Megiddo excavations. He is the author of Egyptian-Type Pottery in the Late Bronze Age Southern Levant and coauthor of Megiddo V: The 2004–2008 Seasons, also published by Eisenbrauns.

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