Published October 1996
by Andrews Univ Pr .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||342|
Ancient pottery of Transjordan: an introduction utilizing published whole forms, late Neolithic through late Islamic Author: Ralph E Hendrix ; Philip R Drey ; J Bjornar Storfjell. Ancient Pottery of Transjordan - An Introduction Utilizing Published Whole Forms "Using examples from ancient Transjordan for showing the basics of form-based typological pottery analysis, Ancient Pottery discusses and illustrates the parts of a vessel and objectively defines basic morphological nomenclature. () Ancient Pottery of Transjordan: An Introduction Utilizing Published Whole Forms: Late Neolithic Through Late Islamic. Berrien Springs, MI: The Institute of Archaeology, Andrews University. (Co-authored with Ralph Hendrix and Philip R Drey. Ancient Pottery of Transjordan: An Introduction Utilizing Published Whole Forms Late Neolithic Through Late Islamic by Ralph E.
Ancient pottery of Transjordan: an introduction utilizing published whole forms, late Neolithic through late Islamic / by Ralph E. Hendrix, Philip R. Drey, J. Bjornar Storfjell. Author Hendrix, Ralph E. Page - They were first carefully loose-packed with the articles to be fired, up to the height of the side walls. The circumference of the bulk was then gradually diminished, and finished in the shape of a dome. As this arrangement progressed, an attendant seems to have followed the packer, and thinly covered a layer of pots with coarse hay or g: Transjordan. The Leiden Journal of Pottery Studies was published by the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University. The first volume was published in The series ran for 26 years until its last volume was issued in The journal contains a myriad of different topics related to the study of ceramics, ranging from ethno-archaeology and experimental archaeology to high-tech Author: Abraham van As. The fact that the events related in the Book of Exodus are not substantiated in any other ancient work, or by archaeological evidence of any kind whatsoever, supports the theory that the Hebrew writers of that book created a new narrative to explain their presence in Canaan, one without any connection to the Amorites of : Joshua J. Mark.
The focus of this article, however, is the three ancient peoples who lived in Jordan during Old Testament times. Interestingly, all three are mentioned in one verse— 1 Samuel From north to south lived the Ammonites, the Moabites, and the Edomites. Their history is fairly obscure, apart from the : Mark Looy. The concise Ancient Pottery of Transjordan, by Hendrix, Drey and Storfjell, does for Transjordan what Amiran’s book did for Cisjordanian pottery (today her title would never refer to the Holy Land; that sounds too theological). Their book does not share the elegance of Amiran’s volume, but that is probably due more to changes in the publishing industry than in . Ancient History Encyclopedia receives a small commission for each book sold through our affiliate partners. Recommended By Numerous educational institutions recommend us, including Oxford University, Michigan State University, and University of Minnesota. The history of Jordan refers to the history of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the background period of the Emirate of Transjordan under British protectorate as well as the general history of the region of Transjordan. There is evidence of human activity in Transjordan as early as the Paleolithic period. The area was settled by nomadic tribes in the Bronze Age, which .