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Megiddo V

The 2004-2008 Seasons

Edited by Israel Finkelstein, David Ussishkin, and Eric H. Cline

3 volume set: sold only as a set: Volume 1: ISBN 978-1-57506-273-0 Volume 2: ISBN 978-1-57506-274-7 Volume 3: ISBN 978-1-57506-275-4 Set ISBN: 978-1-57506-2761
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This 3-volume set is the third in the series of final publications of the Megiddo Expedition (see Megiddo III: The 1992–1996 Seasons, 2000; Megiddo IV: The 1998–2002 Seasons, 2006). It reports the finds in the 2004–2008 seasons, with several references to the campaign of 2010. The main topics dealt with are: a final account of the Early Bronze Age cultic compound; excavations of the late Iron I layer in Area H and the Late Bronze II–III layers in Area K; report on the investigation of Schumacher's Nordburg and Chamber f and its surroundings; the Late Bronze II–III, Iron I, and Iron IIA pottery of Megiddo; and a variety of microarchaeology studies.

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Publisher: Eisenbrauns
Publication date: 2013
Bibliographic info: Pp. xii + 1397 (3 volumes)
Language(s): English


Cover: Cloth
Trim Size: 8.5 x 10.5 inches



The Tel Aviv University excavations at Megiddo continue to produce highly anticipated new data, and it is a credit to Finkelstein and his team that they continue to publish their results at such a swift pace. Inevitably, Megiddo V, like its predecessor volumes, will become a necessary reference for discussions of the archaeology of the southern Levant. — Lynn Welton, BASOR 372 (2014) 217-19

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