1 edition of Salvage excavations at Nesher-Ramla quarry found in the catalog.
Salvage excavations at Nesher-Ramla quarry
by Zinman Institute of Archaeology, University of Haida in Haifa
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Shlomo Kol-Yaʻakov ; with contributions by Vladimir Wulf Avrutis ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Avrutis, Vladimir Wulf|
|LC Classifications||DS110.R36 K65 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1> :|
|LC Control Number||2011407827|
Excavation was undertaken with support from Ayton Asphalte, the quarry owners, and English Heritage, funded through the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (ASLF). These finds are a rare example of British Middle Palaeolithic tools, associated with the Neanderthal occupation of what was then a peninsula of north-west Europe. Books. Edrey, M. The Phoenicians in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Iron Age I-III: Edrey, M. A Stone Quarry in Arnona, Jerusalem. Salvage Excavation Reports Edrey, M. Towards a Definition of the Pre-Classical Phoenician Temple in the Southern Levant.
During Albion Archaeology undertook archaeological salvage investigations at Kempston Box End quarry which is situated within an area of known archaeological importance on the northern edge of an extensive Roman settlement. These investigations were the result of the discovery of human remains by a member of the public. Quarry (Revised ) APPLICATION PROCESSING STEPS STEP 1 CHECK WITH STAFF - Development Services Staff will explain the requirements and procedures to you. STEP 2 SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION - When you apply, file all of the following: • FEE The staff will let you know the current cost of filing an application.
Get this from a library! Excavations at Little Paxton Quarry, Cambridgeshire, prehistoric and Romano-British settlement and agriculture in the River Great Ouse Valley. [A E Jones; Lynne Bevan; Marina Ciaraldi; Nigel Dodds; Bryony Ryder; Mark Breedon; Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit.;] -- Report on archaeological investigations carried out in advance of quarrying at. Cite this Record. Salvage Excavations at 34 Bv-4, the Lonker Site. Larry Neal. Oklahoma Anthropological Society Newsletter. 30 (5): (tDAR id: )Author: Larry Neal.
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Salvage Excavations at Nesher-Ramla Quarry ( Excavations), Volume II S. Kol-Ya'akov. The Zinman Institute of Archaeology, Haifa The book is in English, hard cover, pages with full color plates.
ISBN For contents and sample pages. Cost: US Dollars or equal sum in your own currency. SALVAGE EXCAVATIONS AT NESHER-RAMLA QUARRY (–9 EXCAVATIONS) Volume II. SHLOMO KOL-YA’AKOV SALVAGE EXCAVATIONS AT NESHER-RAMLA QUARRY (–9 EXCAVATIONS) Volume II With contributions by Vladimir Wolf Avrutis The Zinman Institute of Archaeology, University of Haifa Esti DeutschFile Size: 1MB.
SALVAGE EXCAVATIONS AT NESHER–RAMLA QUARRY VOLUME I With contributions by. Inscriptions, in: S. Kol-Yaakov, Salvage Excavations at Nesher-Ramla Quarry, Haifa,During the salvage excavations conducted at Nesher– Ramla two burials were revealed that date back to the Early Bronze Age I.
1 The remains were seriously damaged by intensive settlement activity at the site from the Late Hellenistic to the Byzantine periods (see Melamed, Chapters 5, 6 this volume and Kol-Ya‘akov, Chapter 7 this volume).
Salvage Excavations at Nesher-Ramla Quarry ( Excavations), Volume II S. Kol-Ya'akov; Hippos of the Decapolis and its Region - 18 Years of Research M. Eisenberg (editor) Wine Presses at the Nesher Quarry V.W.
Avrutis. Farhi Y. The Coins. In: S. Kol-Yaʻakov, Salvage Excavations at Nesher-Ramla Quarry Vol. Haifa. Excavations have been carried out for a number years in the Nesher Quarries, yielding a site rich in finds known as El-Khirba, probably the richest antiquities site in the Lod Shephelah.
Inremains of a Middle Bronze Age II farmhouse, Second Temple period burial caves and winepresses and Byzantine-period pit graves were discovered in the. Nesher Ramla is an open-air Middle Paleolithic site in central Israel, found in a karst sinkhole and occupied during Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 6–5 ().The site consists of an 8-m-thick sequence yielding excellently preserved lithic and faunal assemblages, combustion features, manuports, and ochre (Zaidner et al., ).Due to its open-air setting and depositional context, the deep sequence Author: Kathryn M.
Crater Gershtein, Yossi Zaidner, Yossi Zaidner, Reuven Yeshurun. During recent expansion of the limestone quarry of the Nesher cement factory (near Ramla town, Israel, 31°56′ N, 34°52′ E) numerous prehistoric flint tools and animal bones have been found by quarry workers.
During –, the University of Haifa executed salvage excavations at the site at Nesher by: The Nesher Ramla site is located in a funnel-shaped depression that is 34 m deep (–86 m above sea level [asl]), 40 m wide at the top and 11 m wide at the bottom of the archaeological deposits (Figs.
1 and 2).The depression was formed in Senonian age chalk of the ‘En Zetim Formation’, underlain by Turonian age limestone of the Bina by: This article presents a salvage excavation undertaken in near Nahmanides Cave, in the upper section of Kidron Valley, Jerusalem.
Segments of open limestone quarries from the second-first Author: Niall Sharples. Golding-Meir, N. and Iserlis, M. Petrographic Examination of Ceramics. In: Avrutis, V.W. Late Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age I Remains at Nesher-Ramla Quarry.
In Kol-Yaʻakov S., Salvage Excavations at Nesher-Ramla Quarry, Vol. II: –9 Excavations. Haifa. | Yoav Farhi - The – excavation seasons at Nesher- Ramla Quarry yielded coins, most of them isolated surface finds, from unstratified contexts and from various installations.
Landscapes, depositional environments and human occupation at Middle Paleolithic open-air sites in the southern Levant, with new insights from Nesher Ramla, Israel The site was excavated during twelve months of intensive salvage excavation. The archaeological excavations at Nesher Ramla were funded by Nesher Israel Cement Enterprises by: 8.
In late Aprila salvage excavation was conducted in a burial cave from the Intermediate Bronze Age and the early Middle Bronze Age to the west of Tel Hazor (map ref. /; Fig. 1).Author: Boaz Zissu. Each Book Excavation begins by cutting a hole in the cover of a book with a scalpel or x-acto blade.
I cut my way through the pages selectively keeping fragments of images and words to create a composition using the content of the book as it emerges. In this way a sculptural relief emerges as I carve my way though the pages.
A Salvage Excavation at a 6th-7th Century C.E. Site on Palmach Street, Beersheba Article in Tel Aviv 27(2) September with 7 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Nesher Ramla open-air Middle Paleolithic site is situated at an elevation of 85– m above sea level (masl) south east of the city of Ramla, lower part of the western Judean foothills, central Israel ().It was discovered following quarrying activities of the Nesher cement factory, followed by two seasons of salvage-excavation in and directed by Y.
by: The site at Khirbet Aqabat Al Qadi, where a burial chamber and other building has come to light inis located two kilometres from the city centre of Nablus on the north-western slope of Mount Ebal. At metres above sea level and overlooking the city. The aim of this study is to describe the architecture and archaeological remains at the site and carry out an overall survey.
A salvage excavation was conducted near the edge of the chalk quarry of the “Nesher-Ramla” cement plant in the wake of a plan to enlarge it. Remains of an agricultural settlement dating to two main periods were exposed: A village dating to the Early Roman period including ritual baths, hiding refuges and loculi tombs.INTRODUCTION.
Palmaḥim Quarry is a site named for a modern quarry near Kibbutz Palmaḥim, located on a fossilized sand dune (kurkar ridge) on the south bank of Naḥal Soreq, c. 1 km from where the naḥal debouches into the Mediterranean.
It was first discovered by J. recently it was covered by massive sand dunes. Their removal by quarrying bared the underlying archaeological.Salvage excavations in the West Bank- (almost entirely) for the benefit of the settlers Aug A new report by Emek Shaveh reveals that almost all Civil Administration development work in — in the West Bank was done to benefit the settlers.
The report based on Freedom of Information Requests regarding excavation permits issued by the Staff Officer for Archaeology during.