2 edition of Beth-shan excavations, 1921-1923 found in the catalog.
Beth-shan excavations, 1921-1923
Gerald M. Fitzgerald
by Published by the University Press for the University of Pennsylvania Museum in Philadelphia
Written in English
|Statement||by Gerald M. Fitzgerald.|
|Series||Publications of the Palestine section of the Museum of the University of Pennsylvania -- v. 3|
|LC Classifications||DS110.B45 F5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||64|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: FitzGerald, G.M. (Gerald Milnes), b. Beth-shan excavations, Philadelphia, Pub. by the University Press. Beit She'an's location has always been strategically significant, due to its position at the junction of the Jordan River Valley and the Jezreel Valley, essentially controlling access from Jordan and the inland to the coast, as well as from Jerusalem and Jericho to the Galilee.
Beit She'an is situated on High the north–south road which runs the length of ct: Northern. Penn Museum Object - Lamp. [Book] Fitzgerald, Gerald M. Beth-Shan Excavations the Arab and Byzantine Levels.
Penn Museum Object B - Column. [Book] Fitzgerald, Gerald M. Beth-Shan Excavations the Arab and Byzantine Levels. that site during the Yale excavations of the late 's and early 's and were recovered there in considerable quantity.2 1921-1923 book excavations and recent research have confirmed this attribution.
1921-1923 book study will be presented as a PhD thesis at the University of Sydney. FISHER and C. MCCOWN, "Jerash-Gerasa ", AA p.
36, pl. F ITZ G ERALD, Beth-Shan Excavations – The Arab and Byzantine Levels; G.M. F ITZ G ERALD, A Sixth Centur y Monastery at Beth-Shan.
Beth-Shan Excavations – The Arab and Byzantine Levels (pp. 89–90) By Gerald M. Fitz Gerald Reviewed by Philip K.
Hitti. The Foundations of Bible History. Joshua, Judges (p. 90) By John Garstang Reviewed by R.V.D. Magoffin. The Hittite Empire: Being a Survey of the History, Geography, and Monuments of Hittite Asia Minor and Syria.
Beth-Shean (Place) - Encyclopedia Judaica. Beth-Shan Excavations, The Arab and Byzantine Levels Excavations at Beth-shan in Beth-Shan Excavations The Arab and Byzantine Levels by Gerald M. Fitz Gerald (pp.
) Review by: Philip K. Hitti DOI: / The main means of transport in Beit She'an is the bus, and the city is served by the Egged (long-distance, bus ) and Kavim (local) bus companies.
 Archaeology. The University of Pennsylvania carried out excavations of ancient Beit She'an in – Beit She'an (helpinfo) (Hebrew: בֵּית שְׁאָן Beth Šəān; Arabic: بيسان, Beesān (helpinfo), Beisan or Bisan), is a city in the Northern District of Israel which has played historically an important role due to its geographical location, at the junction of the Jordan River Valley and the Jezreel Valley.
It has also played an important role in modern times, acting as the. The Hellenistic period saw the reoccupation of the site of Beit She’an under the new name Scythopolis, possibly named after the Scythian mercenaries who settled there as veterans.
Little is known about the Hellenistic city, but during the 3rd century BCE a large temple was constructed on the Tell.  It is unknown which deity was worshipped there, but the temple continued to District: North. Beit She'an (help info) (Hebrew: בֵּית שְׁאָן Beth Šəān; Arabic: بيسان , Beesān (help info), Beisan or Bisan) is a city in the North District of Israel which has played historically an important role due to its geographical location, at the junction of the Jordan River Valley and the Jezreel Valley.
Recent excavations, in particular at Jerash, have begun to redress this situation, and the writer is at present engaged in a detailed study of the group as a whole.1 The bowls are commonly referred to as "Jerash Bowls", largely because they were first identified at that site during the Yale excavations of the late 's and early 's and Cited by: 6.
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Tais templos carregam características comuns com outros 37 MAZAR, The excavations at Tel Beth Shean during the yearspp. 38 MCGOVERN, Beth-Shan (Place), p. 39 MAZAR, Beth-Shean, p. 94 Silas KLEIN CARDOSO templos assimétricos canaanitas, como o Templo do Fosso de Laquish, o Templo de Tel Mevorakh e os Templos de Tel Qasile.
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III]__. Philadelphia: Published by the University Press for the University of Pennsylvania Museum. Hardcover, no dust jacket. 64, xliiipp.Fitzgerald. Gerald M. Beth-Shan Excavations The Arab and Byzantine Levels.
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