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Zeitschriftenartikel:

D. Ben-Shlomo, H. Mommsen, J.H. Sterba:
"Back To Naṣbeh: New Compositional Analysis Of Philistine Bichrome Pottery From Tell En-Naṣbeh";
Archaeometry, n/a (2021).



Kurzfassung englisch:
Philistine Bichrome pottery is one of the most important, well-known, and easily identifiable
features of the Philistine material culture of the early Iron Age (ca. 1,200-1,000 BCE) in the
southern Levant. The Philistines were probably a group of immigrants from the Aegean region
and Cyprus arriving at several sites in the southern coastal plains of Palestine. More than 25
years ago, results from Neutron Activation of several Philistine Bichrome vessels from the site
of Tell en-Nabeh were published by Gunneweg and others. The results were surprising
because some of the typical Philistine vessels were found to be locally produced at this
hill-land Judean site. Several vessels found to have been from an un-localized source. This
study follows up on this issue, incorporating both petrographic and new chemical analysis,
and enlarging the sample size. Consequently, we can provenance most Philistine vessels
from this site more clearly to the central hills, the southern coastal plains (Philistia), and
the central coastal plains of Israel. The significance of the distribution of the provenance of
the Philistine pottery is further discussed.

Schlagworte:
TELL EN-NAṣBEH, PHILISTINE BICHROME, PETROGRAPHY, NEUTRON ACTIVATION ANALYSIS, IMMIGRANT SOCIETY


"Offizielle" elektronische Version der Publikation (entsprechend ihrem Digital Object Identifier - DOI)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/arcm.12643

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https://publik.tuwien.ac.at/files/publik_294839.pdf


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