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The Transjordanian Jordan Valley in the Late Bronze Age: under Egyptian control?

Kapitel i bok
Författare Peter M. Fischer
Publicerad i Archaeology of the Biblical Worlds Vol. 2: The Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages of Southern Canaan / Aren M. Maeir, Itzhaq Shai, Chris McKinny (Eds.)
Sidor 217-232
ISBN 978-3-11-062670-4
ISSN 2569-1910
Förlag Walter de Gruyter
Förlagsort Berlin/Boston
Publiceringsår 2019
Publicerad vid Institutionen för historiska studier
Sidor 217-232
Språk en
Länkar https://doi.org/10.1515/97831106283...
Ämnesord Levantine archaeology, Late Bronze Age, Jordan, Egypt
Ämneskategorier Arkeologi, utomeuropeisk

Sammanfattning

This chapter presents an overview scrutinizing the material evidence mainly from five sites in Transjordan in order to investigate the extent of Egyptian control over the Transjordanian Jordan Valley during the Late Bronze Age. The study is based on the results of long-term excavation projects at the major sites of Pella, Tell Abu al-Kharaz, and Tell Deir cAlla, all of which were occupied during most of the Late Bronze Age. Further evidence from the later part of the Late Bronze Age comes from Tell es-Sacidiyeh, and additional information was extracted from limited excavation and surveys at Kataret es-Samra. All five sites are within a distance of less than 50 km in the central portion of the Transjordanian Jordan Valley between the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea. Although the material remains of these sites in general are comparable it will be demonstrated that there are clear differences as regards occupational sequences and destruction layers, and evidence of foreign, mainly Egyptian, influences.

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