The Manasseh Hill Country Survey Volume 4: From Nahal Bezeq to the Sartaba
Manasseh Hill Country Survey Volume 4 presents the results of a complete archaeological survey of large parts of the Jordan Valley. This territory is one of the most important in the country from archaeological, Biblical and other points of view.
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a.s.a. Cisterns Abu Daraj Additional surveys Appendix Argaman Artefacts without retouch assemblage Avdat Group Visit Beit She'an Valley Beit She'an–Jericho B10 Bezeq Bladelet Bowl Bronze Age buff built of large Byzantine cave century BCE Chalcolithic courtyard Cultivation distant Rock type dk brn dunams east eastern Einav Elevation enclosure wall Epipalaeolithic excavation flint artefacts Fig fortress Gittit Hebrew hilltop Iron Age Israel grid Jordan Valley km distant Area km distant Rock Krater Landscape Unit large stones Late Roman Levallois located lt brn Masu'a medium-sized stones Middle Palaeolithic Nahal Nahal Tirzah nearest place Water period place Water source Pottery Primary flake Qa'un retouched artefacts Retouched flake River Jordan road Samaria Sartaba range settlement Shechem sherds Soil type sickle blades slope Soil quality spur stony-desert structure Ta'anach Tirzah Tools and retouched Topography Upper Palaeolithic UTM grid valley margins Wadi Ahmar Yafit Zertal