Tel Hazor Iron I and Iron IIa Ages Photo Gallery

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Photo Gallery:  Here’s a gallery of all the images that appear in Near Eastern Archaeology 76.2 (2013) for Hazor in the Iron I and Iron IIa Ages. Smaller versions of some of the images also appear in the article “Hazor in the Tenth Century BCE” on the ASOR Blog / ANE Today which you can read here.

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Figure 55: General view of the settlement pits (looking northwest).

 

Figure 56: Pit before excavation, intentionally blocked by a pile of stones.

Figure 57: Burnt organic material inside a pit.

 

Figure 58: Iron Age I cultic installation in Area A (looking west).

Figure 59: The rounded installation north of the circle of miniature massebot (looking southwest).

Figure 60: Multihandled krater with relief decoration.

 

Figure 61: Aerial view of the casemate wall and six-chambered gate (looking west).

 

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Figure 62: Yadin’s excavations: the Pillared Building and the underlying architectural complex.

Figure 63: The architectural complex after the removal of the Pillared Building.

Figure 64a: Storage jars in situ.

Figure 64b: Ceramic assemblage from the architectural complex.

Figure 65: The paved alley.

Figure 66: The northernmost casemate on the northern slope of the tell (looking west).

Figure 67a: Photograph of the casemate found by Yadin’s excavations in the 1968 season.

Figure 67b: Drawing of the casemate found by Yadin’s excavations in the 1968 season.

Figure 68: A window in one of the tenth-century dwellings.


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