Current affiliation: University College London Institute of ArchaeologySubject: ArchaeologyPrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:Palestine Exploration QuarterlyPublication date:2013-06-01
The way you dig affects the amount and type of material you find. This paper examines the field methods and practices of archaeologist Sir Flinders...
Published in:Archaeology InternationalPublication date:2002-10-23
Archaeological evidence for an Egyptian presence in Canaan during the Bronze Age.
Published in:Present PastsPublication date:2013-08-01
The cost of archaeological fieldwork has always been high, even for someone as notoriously parsimonious as Flinders Petrie. Money was constantly ne...
Published in:American Journal of ArchaeologyPublication date:2006-04-01
A review of a handbook on Near Eastern Archaeology.
Published in:Palestine Exploration QuarterlyPublication date:2005-04-01
Flinders Petrie excavated the site of Tell el-'Ajjul in southern Palestine over five seasons between 1930 and 1938, with publication of his finds f...
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2013-12-18
Published in:Writing as Material Practice: Substance, surface and mediumPublication date:2013-12-18
This paper explores the diverse scripts used in the Bronze Age Levant, by focusing on the materiality of writing and writing practice, and its cont...
Published in:AntiquityPublication date:2004-03-01
Review of 2 books on the Iron Age Levant (Tell Qarqur, Busayra)