5 edition of Necropolis of Hesban found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by S. Douglas Waterhouse ; with contributions by Anne L. Grauer and George J. Armelagos, Howard P. Krug.|
|Series||Hesban ;, 10|
|Contributions||Grauer, Anne L., 1958-, Armelagos, George J., Krug, Howard P.|
|LC Classifications||DS154.9.H57 W37 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 205 p. :|
|Number of Pages||205|
|LC Control Number||98074619|
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Contents: A preview of tomb types in the Roman and Byzantine cemeteries of Hesban / S. Douglas Waterhouse --Tomb type I: chamber tombs with loculi radiating from the chamber / S.
Douglas Waterhouse --Tomb type II: horizontal shaft tombs ending in a single loculus or chamber / S. Douglas "This volume provides thorough description and classification of the tombs found near Hesban and excavated by the Heshbon Expedition. Careful analysis and interesting bio-cultural interpretation of the skeletal remains found in the tombs is provided by Anne L.
RECONSTRUCTING THE TOMB OF CHRIST FROM ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND LITERARY SOURCES Download Reconstructing The Tomb Of Christ From Archaeological And Literary Sources ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to Reconstructing The Tomb Of Christ From Archaeological And Literary Sources book pdf for free :// About the Hesban Series This series provides reports on anthropological and archaeological findings gleaned from the site of Tell Hesban, Jordan, during five seasons of excavation.
Sponsored principally by Andrews University, the Hesban Expedition received international recognition as the Hesban Faunal Remains: Taphonomical & Zooarchaeological Studies of the Animal Remains from Tell Hesban & Vicinity by Øystein S.
LaBianca and Angela von den Driesch This volume is devoted to the presentation of the zooarchaeological analysis of the nearlyanimal bones uncovered in the excavations at Tell :// Hesban The Necropolis of Hesban Tertiary-Lifelong "This volume provides thorough description and classification of the tombs found near Hesban and excavated by the Heshbon Expedition.
Careful Necropolis of Hesban book and interesting bio-cultural interpretation of the skeletal remains found in the tombs is Hesban Hellenistic & Roman Strata: A Study of the Stratigraphy of Tell Hesban from the 2nd Cent. B.C. to the 4th Cent. A.D. by Larry A.
Mitchel This volume details the Intertestamental, New Testament, and Early Church cultures at Tell Hesban. pages ISBN: Hesban The Necropolis of Hesban: A Typology of Tombs Hesban 6, by P.
Ray, Jr. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research “(T)he presentation of the elusive and complex stratigraphic evidence from Iron Age Hesban in this book is clear, sensible, and competent, as is the contextual assessment of the expedition’s methodology ” (p.
90) Reviews of Hesban The Archaeological Publication Department, formally established ininherited a publishing legacy dating back to Directed by Paul J. Ray, the department is responsible for the various publishing requirements of the Institute of Archaeology.
This work includes the various copy-editing, graphic- design, page layout, and pre-press operations for all Institute publications including John I. Lawlor, "A corpus of bone carvings from the excavation of the Esbous north church (Hesban, Jordan)," Archaeology of Jordan and Beyond.
Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, pp Robert M. Little, "An Anthropological Preliminary Note on the First Season at Tell Hesban," Andrews University Seminary Studies (July ): pdf Hesban The Necropolis of Hesban: A Typology of Tombs.
The handy book is an easily accessible introduction to the Hesban finds as well as a complementary data source for the Hesban Final Publication Series volumes. Well-illustrated with photos, line drawings, and :// The Siegfried H. Horn Museum has a history dating back to the first few artifacts collected over 75 years ago.
The Early Years: InLynn H. Wood arranged the permanent loan from the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago, of a group of Early Bronze 2 In general, see Al-Muheisen & Tarrier; 8 In addition to the necropolis (fig.
5), four main archaeological structures have been churches were brought to light in the southern and northern parts of the site, the first built on a terrace on the western bank of the wadi (fig. 6).A burial site consisting of a coffin made of large stone slabs was found in the ?lang=en.
Archaeologists in Angkor, Photographic Archives of the Ecole Française of Extrême-Orient by archaeologists. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Grauer A, Armelagos GJ () Skeletal Biology of Hesban: a biocultural interpretation.
In: SD Waterhouse (ed.):The Necropolis of Hesban: A Typology of Tombs. Hesban Andrews University Press, Benin Springs, – Google Scholar Presently her main academic interests focus on the political, social and economic interaction between 19th century Near Eastern tribal societies, as a model for Bronze and Iron age societies in the region.
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Hesban The Necropolis of Hesban - A Typology of Tombs This volume provides thorough description and classification of the tombs found near Hesban and excavated by the Heshbon.
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