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Hesban 11: Ceramic Finds

Typological and Technological Studies of the Pottery Remains from Tell Hesban and Vicinity

Edited by James A. Sauer and Larry G. Herr
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This volume presents a detailed pottery typology of the entire history of Hesban. An excellent reference for pottery of the Transjordan, this volume has detailed pottery plates and goes era by era from the Late Bronze Age through the Islamic Period. Each period is treated to a detailed discussion by pottery type. Additionally, the development of ceramic technology at Hesban is thoroughly treated.

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 first regional project in Jordan. Each volume of this series describes a specific aspect of the excavation and has been authored by one or more specialists in the subject. Authors in this series include Lawrence T. Geraty, Robert D. Ibach Jr., Øystein S. LaBianca, Larry A. Mitchel, Paul J. Ray Jr., Leona G. Running, and S. Douglas Waterhouse, among others. The hardcover volumes are highly illustrated and completely indexed.
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CHAPTER 1: Introduction by Larry G. Herr
CHAPTER 2: The Iron Age by Larry G. Herr
CHAPTER 3: Classical Period Pottery by Yvonne Gerber
CHAPTER 4: The Islamic Period by Bethany Walker
CHAPTER 5: Ceramic Technology at Hesban by Gloria London
CHAPTER 6: Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis of Iron Age Pottery From Hisban by Michael D. Glascock and Hector Neff
Title: Hesban 11: Ceramic Finds: Typological and Technological Studies of the Pottery Remains from Tell Hesban and Vicinity
Editors: James A. Sauer and Larry G. Herr
ISBN-13: 978-0-943872-24-7
Year: 2012
Pages: 816

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