Mediterranean Peoples in Transition, Thirteenth [13th] to early Tenth [10th] Centuries BCE.  
  In Honor of Professor Trude Dothan.  

Author Gitin, Seymour; Mazar, Amihai; Stern, Ephraim [Eds.]
Place of Publication Jerusalem
Publication Name Israel Exploration Society
Year 1998
Language(s) English
RARE collection of papers presented in the international symposium organized and sponsored by the Philip and Muriel Berman Center for Biblical Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, April 3-7, 1995. Contains contributions of the leading scholars` latest research on the economic and cultural processes in the Eastern Mediterranean basin during the 13th-10th centuries BCE, following the great upheavals of the Late Bronze Age. This Festschrift is dedicated to Trude Dothan (b.1923) - Professor Emerita and Director of the Philip and Muriel Berman Center for Biblical Archaeology at the Hebrew University, regarded for her contribution to research on the Late Bronze and Iron Ages in the region, in particular in Philistine culture. Contains numerous b&w figures, maps and several color and b&w photographic plates. Spine edges bumped. This copy is SIGNED DEDICATION BY AUTHOR OR ONE OF THE EDITORS WITH DRAWING AND DEDICATION IN HEBREW ("To my family with love", dated 21/1/98. The family in question is probably the Mazar-Eilat family). 280x215mm. XX+481 pages. Black cloth Hardcover with illustrated dust-jacket. Gilt lettering on spine. Front cover fore edge and spine bottom edge. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare book is otherwise in very good condition.
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