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Aidan Dodson Aidan Dodson
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Amenhotep III: Uncles, Brothers, Sons and the Serapeum

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Elizabeth Frood Elizabeth Frood
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Social structure and daily life: pharaonic (in: A companion to ancient Egypt)

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Zoltan Fabian Zoltan Fabian
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News from Old Kingdom Thebes.

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Carolyn Routledge Carolyn Routledge
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Ancient Egyptian Ritual Practice

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David Ilan David Ilan
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The Iron Age Remains at Tel Nagila

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John                                          Coleman Darnell John Coleman Darnell
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Supposed Representations of Hittites in the Amarna Period

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Avraham Faust Avraham Faust
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Moyal, Y., and Faust, A., 2015, Jerusalem's Hinterland in the Eighth-Seventh Centuries BCE: Towns, Villages, Farmsteads, and Royal Estates, PEQ 147: 283-298.

Although many excavations and extensive surveys were carried out in the vicinity of Jerusalem, very few systematic attempts were made to analyse the Iron Age city's hinterland in its entirety. The present article summarises some of the general results of a detailed study of the area around Jerusalem, identifies the territories of the city's 'daugh-ters' (satellite towns), and then focuses on two such units, in which settlement distribution was markedly different from other units: Moza and Ramat Raḥel. The article concludes that most of the territory around Jerusalem belonged to organically...

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Avraham Faust Avraham Faust
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The Rural Community in Ancient Israel during the Iron Age II, Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 317 (2000): 17-39.

"This article focuses on the social organization of Iron Age II villages in ancient Israel. Based on the analysis of houses size, size and distribution of agricultural-industrial installations, the presence of terrace systems, storage facilities and other elements such as a boundary wall, several conclusions are presented. The basis social units were large extended families that dwelled together. These families were organized in larger kingship groups (probably lineages) which, to some extent, were probably responsible for production and storage facilities and can be seen as "corporate...

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Yorke Rowan Yorke Rowan
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New Perspectives on the Chalcolithic Period in the Galilee: Investigations at the Site of Marj Rabba.

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Jennifer Gates-Foster Jennifer Gates-Foster
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"The Eastern Desert" In C. Riggs, ed., The Oxford Handbook of Roman Egypt. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2012) 736-47.

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