Publications / February 2018

NEA 80.4 Table of Contents

This issue of NEA includes articles such as: The Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath Archaeological Project: Overview; Gath of the Philistines in the Bible and on the Ground: The Historical Geography of Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath; New Insights into Bliss and Macalister’s Excavations at Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath; Ancient Environment and Human Interaction at Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath; and more.
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Publications / February 2018

NEA 80.4 Table of Contents

This issue of NEA includes articles such as: The Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath Archaeological Project: Overview; Gath of the Philistines in the Bible and on the Ground: The Historical Geography of Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath; New Insights into Bliss and Macalister’s Excavations at Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath; Ancient Environment and Human Interaction at Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath; and more.
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2018 Annual Meeting, November 14-17, Denver, CO

2018 Call For Papers – Extension

UPDATE: The deadline to submit paper proposals has been extended to March 1, 2018.  View the Call for Papers to learn about the sessions and workshops being offered, and for guidelines on how to submit an abstract.
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2018 Annual Meeting, November 14-17, Denver, CO

2018 Call For Papers – Extension

UPDATE: The deadline to submit paper proposals has been extended to March 1, 2018. View the Call for Papers to learn about the sessions and workshops being offered, and for guidelines on how to submit an abstract.
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The Ancient Near East Today: Vol. VI, No. 2.3

Sumer and the Modern Paradigm

In Joan Miró’s Son Boter studio, were images of what most most scholars believed were ethnographic or traditional art. But in reality these were Sumerian masterpieces from the National Museum of Iraq in Baghdad.
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The Ancient Near East Today: Vol. VI, No. 2.3

Sumer and the Modern Paradigm

In Joan Miró’s Son Boter studio, hung images of what most most scholars believed were ethnographic or traditional art. In reality these were Sumerian masterpieces from the National Museum of Iraq in Baghdad.
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ASOR Cultural Heritage Initiatives

UPDATE: Ain Dara

Several news agencies have reported that the Turkish Air Force conducted an airstrike on the Early Iron Age temple at Tell Ain Dara, Syria, an archaeological site located ca. 5.8 km south of Afrin in Aleppo Governorate. ASOR CHI research reveals that the damage occurred between January 20 and January 22, 2018. The temple is an important example of Syro-Hittite religious architecture and the most extensively excavated structure of its kind in Syria […] Read More>

ASOR Cultural Heritage Initiatives

UPDATE: Ain Dara

Several news agencies have reported that the Turkish Air Force conducted an airstrike on the Early Iron Age temple at Tell Ain Dara, Syria, an archaeological site located ca. 5.8 km south of Afrin in Aleppo Governorate. ASOR CHI research reveals that the damage occurred between January 20 and January 22, 2018. The temple is an important example of Syro-Hittite religious architecture and the most extensively excavated structure of its kind in Syria […] Read More>