New article for the Safi team – on Early Bronze Age cooking installations

A new article, spearheaded by Adi Eliyahu-Behar, with a large team of Safi collaborators, has just appeared online, in the journal Levant.

In this inter-disciplinary study, a new type of Early Bronze Age cooking installation is identified (a sunken, pebbled hearth-like installation), both at Safi and other EB sites. These installations are studied from a broad range of analytic perspectives.

The full title is:
Eliyahu-Behar, A., Shai, I., Gur-Arieh, S., Frumin, S., Elbaz, S., Weiss, E., Manclossi, F., Rosen, S., Greenfield, T., Greenfield, H. J., and Maeir, A. M. 2017. Early Bronze Age Pebble Installations from Tell es-Safi/Gath, Israel: Evidence for Their Function and Utility. Levant.

See here for a link to the article.

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