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The Archaeology of Society in the Holy Land

by Thomas E. Levy

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0816028559, Hardcover)

Taking an anthropological and socio-economic perspective, archaeologists working in Israel and Jordan present concise summaries of the archaeology of the region. Chronologically organized, each chapter outlines the major cultural transitions which occurred in a given period, and is accompanied by settlement-pattern maps and a plate highlighting the major artefacts which archaeologists use to identify the material culture of the period. In addition, windows are used to focus of major social issues and controversies such the agricultural revolution, the Israelite conquest of Canaan, and ancient metal-working and social change.

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