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‘Atiqot 54 (2006) EISSN 2948-040X
  • Front Matter
    Atiqot 54
    Keywords: Front Matter
  • A Farmhouse from the Late Iron Age and Second Temple Period in ‘French Hill’, North Jerusalem  (Hebrew, pp. 1*–14*; English summary, pp. 153–154)
    Gaby Mazor
    Keywords: Jerusalem hinterland, agriculture, industry
  • Jerusalem, Khirbat Ka‘kul (Pisgat Ze’ev H): Early Roman Farmsteads and a Medieval Village  (pp. 1–73)
    Jon Seligman
    Keywords: Second Temple period, numismatics, ethnicity, economy, industry, agriculture
    • The Medieval Ceramics from Khirbat Ka‘kul  (pp. 75–104)
      Adrian J. Boas
      Keywords: Jerusalem, typology, Muslim village, Frankish settlement
    • An Inscribed Jar Handle from Khirbat Ka‘kul  (p. 105)
      Nitzan Amitai-Preiss
      Keywords: Jerusalem, epigraphy, Arabic orthography, script
    • The Glass Vessels from Khirbat Ka‘kul  (pp. 107–112)
      Yael Gorin-Rosen
      Keywords: Jerusalem, workshop, chronology
    • Coins from the Excavations at Khirbat Ka‘kul  (pp. 113–115)
      Ariel Berman
      Keywords: Jerusalem, numismatics, medieval period
  • A Burial Cave of the Second Temple Period in the Arnona Quarter, Jerusalem  (Hebrew, pp. 15*–29*; English summary, pp. 154–156)
    Ya‘akov Billig
    Keywords: burial, cemetery, burial goods, numismatics, epigraphy, art
    • Human Skeletal Remains from a Second -Temple-Period Tomb in Arnona, Jerusalem  (pp. 117–120)
      Joe Zias
      Keywords: anthropology, paleopathology, trauma, ethnicity
  • Installations and Burial Caves in Ramat Sharet, Ramat Denya, Jerusalem  (Hebrew, pp. 31*–45*; English summary, pp. 156–158)
    Amit Re’em and Anna de Vincenz
    Keywords: agriculture, industry, burial, hinterland, numismatics
  • Burial Caves from the Second Temple and Byzantine Periods on the Western Slope of Mount of Olives, Jerusalem (Hebrew, pp. 47*–59*; English summary, pp. 158–160)
    Amit Re’em, Zubair ‘Adawi and Tal Ilan
    Keywords: cemetery, Jews, Christianity, epigraphy, art
  • A Burial Cave of the Byzantine Period in the Nahalat Ahim Quarter, Jerusalem  (Hebrew, pp. 61*–86*; English summary, pp. 160–161)
    Elena Kogan-Zehavi
    Keywords: cemetery, Christians, glass, lamp typology, metal
    • Anthropological Analysis of the Human Skeletal Remains from Nahalat Ahim, Jerusalem  (pp. 121–124)
      Joe Zias
      Keywords: osteoarchaeology, anthropology, paleopathology, demography
  • A Burial Cave from the Byzantine and Early Islamic Periods in Horbat Gores, The Gonen Quarter, Jerusalem  (Hebrew, pp. 87*–94*; English summary, pp. 161–163)
    Gideon Solimany, Tamar Winter and Anna de Vincenz
    Keywords: cemetery, burial goods, rural settlement, agricultural hinterland, anthropology
  • The Old City Wall of Jerusalem: The Northeastern Corner  (Hebrew, pp. 95*–119*; English summary, pp. 163–164)
    Shlomit Weksler-Bdolah
    Keywords: fortifications, pottery finds, Tenth Legion stamp, glass vessels, numismatics
  • Excavations in the Mamillah Area, Jerusalem: The Medieval Fortifications  (pp. 125–152)
    Ronny Reich and Eli Shukron
    Keywords: fortifications, chronology, Christianity, art, numismatics, epigraphy, earthquake