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This quantity addresses the production, documentation, upkeep, and research of the archaeology of lunar, planetary, and interstellar exploration. It defines the attributes of universal human technological expressions inside of nationwide and, more and more, inner most exploration efforts, and discover the archaeology of either mounted and cellular artifacts within the sun approach and the broader galaxy.

This booklet provides the learn of the key students within the box of house archaeology and historical past, a contemporary self-discipline of the sphere of area Archaeology and history. It presents the rising archaeological standpoint at the heritage of the human exploration of area. because people were making a great archaeological look after in house and on different celestial our bodies. This assemblage of history gadgets and websites attest to the human presence off the Earth and the research of those fabric continues to be are top investigated through archaeologists and old preservationists. As house exploration has reached the part century mark, it's the applicable time to mirror at the significant occasions and technological improvement of this actual distinct twentieth century area of human historical past.
The authors encapsulate numerous methods of taking a look at the archaeology of either mounted and cellular human artifacts within the sunlight process. As missions proceed into area, and as inner most ventures equipment up for public and vacationer visits to house and to the Moon or even Mars, it's the applicable time to handle questions about the which means and value of this fabric tradition.

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36 1111 2 3 4 5111 6 7 8 9 10111 11 2 3111 4 5 6 7 8 9 20111 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 30111 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 40111 1 21111 ASHKELON HOME OF THE MIDDLE BRONZE AGE SILVER CALF AND A PERSIAN DOG CEMETERY The ruins of ancient Ashkelon lie on the Mediterranean coast some 35 miles south of modern Tel Aviv and about 18 miles west of Tell Lachish (see Figure 8, p. 38). The name, “Ashkelon,” has been interpreted to mean “to weigh,” from which the Hebrew word, shekel, comes. In antiquity the region was apparently famous for producing a variety of onion, which is preserved in the modern word, scallion, which was derived ultimately from Ascalon.

Dothan, Moshe. ” IEJ 24 (1974): 44–49. ” BASOR 224 (1976): 1–48. ” IEJ 35 (1985): 81–94. ” ABD, Vol. 1. , NY: Doubleday, 1992: 50–53. Lehmann, Gunnar. ” SAIA. , Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2001: 65–112. Stern, Eliezer. ” Hadashot Arkeologiyot – Excavations and Surveys in Israel. 109 (1999): 10*–13*. 13 ACHZIV THE CITY OF CEMETERIES Another important Bronze Age town hardly mentioned in the Bible is Achziv (also spelled with a ‘b’: Achzib). The tell is located on the Mediterranean coast about nine miles north of Acco.

In the excavator’s words: “Ashdod, which for two thousand years had been the capital of a kingdom, a province, and an independent city, lost its importance in the Byzantine period and never regained its previous splendor” (Dothan, NEAEHL 1: 102). 35 ASHDOD Further reading Dothan, Moshe. Ashdod II–III: The Second and Third Seasons of Excavations (1963, 1965). ‘Atiqot 9–10. Jerusalem: Department of Antiquities, 1971. –––– and David Noel Freedman. Ashdod I: The First Season of Excavation (1962). ‘Atiqot 7.

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