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‘Atiqot 83 (2015) EISSN 2948-040X
  • Front Matter
    Atiqot 83
    Keywords: Front Matter
  • A Tomb from the Early Bronze Age I and the Intermediate Bronze Age at Azor (Hebrew, pp. 1*–8*; English summary, p. 255)
    Eli Yannai
    Keywords: cemetery, burial goods
  • Two Seasons of Rescue and Exploratory Excavations at Horbat ‘Avot, Upper Galilee (with a contribution by Orit Shamir) (pp. 1–66)
    Eliot Braun
    Keywords: Upper Galilee, Horvat Avot, Iron Age, Neolithic period, Early Bronze Age, Middle Bronze Age burials, Persian period, Wavy-Band pithoi, Galilean pithoi, incisions, potter’s marks, trade, economy, hill country, typology, ethnicity
  • A Pottery Workshop at Ahihud and Its Relationship to the Jar Industry in the Northeastern Zevulun Valley and Western Galilee during the Roman Period (pp. 67–92)
    Dina Avshalom-Gorni and Anastasia Shapiro
    Keywords: Western Galilee, pottery industry, double kiln, technology, typology, wine production, oil production, petrology, economy
  • Roman Burial Caves at I‘billin (with a contribution by Irina Segal) (pp. 93–123)
    Nurit Feig and Shulamit Hadad
    Keywords: Lower Galilee, cemetery, loculi (kokhim), burial goods, ethnicity, kohl analysis, purity laws, Jewish halakha
  • Meron: A Late Roman–Ottoman Settlement (pp. 125–142)
    Howard Smithline
    Keywords: Upper Galilee, Jewish pilgrimage, itineraries of Jewish travelers, Jewish community, Crusader documents, Frankish population, Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem
    • The Coins from Meron (pp. 143–144)
      Danny Syon
      Keywords: Upper Galilee, numismatics
  • A Georgian Monastery from the Byzantine Period at Khirbat Umm Leisun, Jerusalem (with a contribution by Jon Seligman and Iulon Gagoshidze) (pp. 145–179)
    Jon Seligman
    Keywords: Jerusalem, coenobium, monastic complex, monks, Bishop Iohane, mosaics, burial, anthropology, population, Christianity, Georgian language, inscription, epigraphy, paleography, stamped tiles
    • Paleographic Study of the Georgian Tombstone from Khirbat Umm Leisun, Jerusalem (pp. 181–184)
      Giorgi Gagoshidze
      Keywords: Jerusalem, Georgian epigraph, paleography, monastery, Georgian language, Christianity, epigraphy
    • The Inscription from Khirbat Umm Leisun, and Georgian Presence in the Holy Land (pp. 185–193)
      Tamila Mgaloblishvili
      Keywords: Jerusalem, Georgian epigraphy, paleography, monastery, Georgian language, Christianity, epigraphy, monastic life, Peter the Iberian, etymology, Georgian pilgrims, Georgian travelers, Georgian church
    • Bishop Iohane from Khirbat Umm Leisun and the Caucasian Albanian Church (pp. 195–197)
      Yana Tchekhanovets
      Keywords: Jerusalem, Caucasian history, Georgian epigraphy, paleography, monastery, Georgian language, Christianity, epigraphy, monastic life, Peter the Iberian, etymology, Georgian church, Armenia, Georgia, Albania
    • Glass Vessels from the Monastery at Khirbat Umm Leisun, Jerusalem (pp. 199–204)
      Natalya Katsnelson
      Keywords: Jerusalem, Byzantine period, Early Islamic period, eulogia, Christian motifs, Christianity
    • The Skeletal Remains from Khirbat Umm Leisun, Jerusalem (pp. 205–208)
      Yossi Nagar
      Keywords: Jerusalem, Byzantine period, anthropology, monastery, population, demography
  • A Late Byzantine Industrial Quarter and Early Islamic-Period Finds at Horbat Be’er Shema‘ (pp. 209–248)
    Tali Erickson-Gini, Benjamin J. Dolinka and Larissa Shilov
    Keywords: ancient sources, Justinian Plague, Islamic conquest, wine production, screw press, numismatics, bronze coins, pottery kiln, economy, church, industry
    • Magnetic Prospecting of Archaeological Targets at Horbat Be’er Shema‘ (pp. 249–253)
      Sonia Itkis
      Keywords: geophysics