הוצאת מאגנס ממשיכה לתת שירות גם בימים אלו, אך במתכונת מצומצמת. ניתן לבצע הזמנות באתר ולקבל משלוחים. נעדכן בכל שינוי לפי הצורך. האוניברסיטה סגורה, ולכן נבקש בעת ביצוע הזמנה לא לבחור באפשרות איסוף עצמי. יש לברר מראש גם לגבי שירות צ'יטה המפנה חבילות לבתי עסק. באיחולי בריאות טובה, צוות מאגנס
חיפוש מתקדם
>The James A. de Rothschild Expedition at Hazor
מידע נוסף
מו"ל:
שנה:
1961
דאנאקוד:
45-122003
ISBN:
965-221-008-0
עמודים:
24
שפה:
משקל:
2980 גר'
כריכה:
קשה

The James A. de Rothschild Expedition at Hazor

The Third and Fourth Seasons 1957–1958

כרך 3-4
מאת:
תקציר

The expedition to Hazor in the mid-1950s under Yigal Yadin was the most important archaeological excavation undertaken by Israel in its early years of statehood. It is the largest archaeological site in northern Israel, featuring an upper tell of 30 acres and a lower city of more than 175 acres.In 2005, the remains of Hazor were designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO as part of the Biblical Tels - Megiddo, Hazor, Beer Sheba.
Yigael Yadin, one of the earliest archaeologists to work on the site, saw certain features as clearly being Omride; Megiddo, Gezer, and Hazor, all feature deep rock cut pits, from the base of which were rock cut tunnels leading to a well that reached the water table, as water-supply systems, which Yadin attributed to the rule of Ahab; Yadin also attributed to Ahab a citadel, measuring 25 x 21 m, with two-meter thick walls, which was erected in the western part of Hazor. However, Yadin's dating was based on the assumption that the layer connected with the gates and administration buildings were built by Solomon.

The chief architetect of the excavation was Dunayevsky and his drawings decorate this book.

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