By Israel Finkelstein, David Ussishkin, Eric H. Cline
This 3-volume set is the 3rd within the sequence of ultimate courses of the Megiddo excursion (see
Megiddo III: The 1992–1996 Seasons [Tel Aviv: Institute of Archaeology–Tel Aviv University,
2000]; Megiddo IV: The 1998–2002 Seasons [Tel Aviv: Emery and Claire Yass guides in
Archaeology, 2006]). It reviews the reveals within the 2004–2008 seasons, with a number of references to
the crusade of 2010. the most issues handled are a last account of the Early Bronze Age
cultic compound; excavations of the overdue Iron I layer in sector H and the overdue Bronze II–III layers
in region ok; a file at the research of Schumacher’s Nordburg and Chamber F and its atmosphere; the overdue Bronze II–III, Iron I, and Iron IIA pottery of Megiddo; and a number of microarchaeology stories.
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