Two-volume set. — Winona Lake, Indiana: Eisenbrauns, 2006. — xxxii + 894 pages. — ISBN 978-1-57506-103-0.Ami Mazar has gained a reputation as one of the most prolific and reliable archaeologists doing work in Israel during the last 40 years. Not only has he participated in and directed excavations at many sites, his professional standards are of the first order, and what's more, his publication record is enviable: he has never begun a new major project before the final publication of the previous excavation was well underway. Here, more than 55 colleagues gather to honor him with a wide range of essays, organized in 7 sections.Preface (Aren M. Maeir and Pierre de Miroschedji). Introduction: Amihai Mazar, an Appreciation (Aren M. Maeir and Pierre de Miroschedji). Bibliography of Amihai Mazar (Compiled by Nava Panitz-Cohen). Early Bronze Age Studies. Parochialism in Early Bronze Age I Ceramic Traditions: The Case of a “Safi Cup” from the EB I Site at Palmahim Quarry, Israel (Eliot Braun). Two Notes on Early Bronze Age Megiddo (Israel Finkelstein and David Ussishkin). Copper and Bronze Objects from Tell Abu al-Kharaz and Sahem, Jordan: Some Reflections on the Results of Atomic-Absorption Spectroscopy (Peter M. Fischer). The Southern Frontier of Canaan during the Early Bronze Age III: Some Neglected Evidence (Ram Gophna and Dan Gazit). What’s Cooking in Early Bronze Age II? (Raphael Greenberg). A Failed Innovation: Early Bronze Age Trapezoid Mud Bricks at Lod (Egon H. E. Lass). At the Dawn of History: Sociopolitical Developments in Southwestern Canaan in Early Bronze Age III (Pierre de Miroschedji). The Fourth-Millennium bce Origin of the Three-Tanged “Epsilon” Axe (Benjamin Sass and Michael Sebbane). The Origin and Distribution of the Collared-Rim Pithos and Krater: A Case of Conservative Pottery Production in the Ancient Near East from the Fourth to the First Millennium bce (Eli Yannai). Middle and Late Bronze Age Studies. “Filling in” the Void: Observations on the Habitation Pattern at Tel Akko at the End of the Late Bronze Age (Michal Artzy). Nomads or mnmn.t-Shepherds in the Eastern Nile Delta in the New Kingdom (Manfred Bietak). Quelques perles de cornaline (Annie Caubet et Marguerite Yon). Female Figurines from the Deir el-Balah Settlement and Cemetery (Trude Dothan). The Political Organization of the City-States in Southwestern Palestine in the Late Bronze Age IIB (13th Century bc) (Michaël Jasmin). Architecture et modélisme au Proche-Orient (Jean-Claude Margueron). Middle Bronze Age II Minor Cult Places at Ebla? (Paolo Matthiae). A Seal-Cutter’s Workshop at Enkomi and Its Implications for the Nationality of Late Cypriot Bronze Age Glyptics (Robert S. Merrillees). A Corpus of Eighteenth Dynasty Egyptian-Style Pottery from Tel Beth-Shean (Robert A. Mullins). An Egyptian Marsh Scene on Pottery from Tel Seraº: A Case of Egyptianization in Late Bronze Age III Canaan (Eliezer D. Oren). Sinuhe’s World (Anson F. Rainey). Philistine/Sea Peoples Studies. Philistine Bichrome Pottery: The View from the Northern Canaanite Coast (Ayelet Gilboa, Anat Cohen-Weinberger, Yuval Goren). A Philistine “Head Cup” (Rhyton) from Tell es-Sâf i/Gath (Aren M. Maeir). The Political Organization of the Philistines (Itzhaq Shai). The Chronology of the Philistine Monochrome Pottery: An Outsider’s View (Susan Sherratt). Biblical Philistines: A Hellenistic Literary Creation? (Lawrence E. Stager). The Sea Peoples Cult in Philistia and Northern Israel (Ephraim Stern). Iron Age Studies. Ecological Principles in the Bible: Surviving in the Hill Country (Oded Borowski). The Early Israelite Monarchy in the Sorek Valley: Tel Beth-Shemesh and Tel Batash (Timnah) in the 10th and 9th Centuries bce (Shlomo Bunimovitz and Zvi Lederman). The Excavations at Tell el-Hammah: A Prelude to Amihai Mazar’s Beth-Shean Valley Regional Project (Jane M. Cahill). Archaeology and Ancient Israelite Iconography: Did Yahweh Have a Face? (William G. Dever). Farmsteads in the Foothills of Western Samaria: A Reexamination (Avraham Faust). The lmlk Jar-Form Redefined: A New Class of Iron Age II Oval-Shaped Storage Jar (Seymour Gitin). Black-Burnished Ammonite Bowls from Tall al-ºUmayri and Tall Hisban in Jordan (Larry G. Herr). Notes on Religious Symbolism in Cypriot Vase-Painting, ca. 1050–600 bc (Vassos Karageorghis). The Emergence of Ancient Israel: The Social Boundaries of a “Mixed Multitude” in Canaan (Ann E. Killebrew). Can a Proto-Israelite Please Stand Up? Notes on the Ethnicity of Iron Age Israel and Judah (Raz Kletter). Does the “Low Chronology” Work? A Case Study of Tell Qasile X, Tel Gezer X, and Lachish V (Steven M. Ortiz). “Off the Wall”: Wall Brackets and Cypriots in Iron Age I Israel (Nava Panitz-Cohen). The Provenance of the Unpublished Ivories from Samaria (Ron E. Tappy). Historical, Biblical, and Epigraphic Studies. The Function of the m(w)ßh-Stamped Jars Revisited (Diana Edelman) The Historical Prologue in a Letter from Suppiluliuma II to ºAmmurapiª, King of Ugarit (RS 18.038) (Amir Sumakaªi Fink). The Complex of Traditions in Judges 4 and 5 and the Religion of Pre-state Israel (Volkmar Fritz), Salomon et la fille de Pharaon: Un problème d’interprétation historique (André Lemaire). The Search for Gibeah: Notes on the Historical Geography of Central Benjamin (William M. Schniedewind). The Hittites and the Bible Revisited (Itamar Singer). A Provenance Study of Hebrew Seals and Seal Impressions: A Statistical Analysis (Andrew G. Vaughn and Carolyn Pillers Doble). Jerusalem Studies. The Solomonic Wall in Jerusalem (Eilat Mazar). Jerusalem of Gold—Revisited (Shalom M. Paul). On the Original Length of Hezekiah’s Tunnel: Some Critical Notes on David Ussishkin’s Suggestions (Ronny Reich and Eli Shukron). The Burials of the Judean Kings: Sociohistorical Considerations and Suggestions (Jeffrey R. Zorn). Post–Iron Age Studies. Two Notes on the History and Archaeology of Judea in the Persian Period (Hanan Eshel and Boaz Zissu). The Application of Ethnographic Analogy to the Examination of Roman/Byzantine Pastoral Practices in the Mount Carmel Region (Liora Kolska Horwitz). The Structure and Installations at Hulda and Their Function as a Jewish Winepress (Amos Kloner). The Ceramic Incense Shovels from Sepphoris: Another View (Eric M. Meyers). The Tyranny of Texts: A Rebellion against the Primacy of Written Documents in Defining Archaeological Agendas (Steven A. Rosen).
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