The Resource The archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages, Rudolph Henry Dornemann

The archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages, Rudolph Henry Dornemann

Label
The archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages
Title
The archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages
Statement of responsibility
Rudolph Henry Dornemann
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Dornemann, Rudolph Henry
Government publication
local government publication
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
DS153.3
LC item number
.D67 1983
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Jordan
  • Jordanie
  • Jordan
  • Jordanien
  • Bronze age
  • Iron age
  • Âge du bronze
  • Âge du fer
  • Antiquities
  • Bronze age
  • Iron age
  • Bronstijd
  • IJzertijd
  • Bronzezeit
  • Eisenzeit
Label
The archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages, Rudolph Henry Dornemann
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Revision of thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Chicago, 1970
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 185-193
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I. Introduction -- Objectives and emphases of monograph -- Summary of archaeological research in the Transjordan -- Evidence from surface surveys as opposed to evidence from stratified excavation and the necessity of discussing Transjordanian assemblages in relation to Palestine -- The question of settled as opposed to non-settled populations in the Transjordan -- The geographical units in the Transjordan
  • II. The Bronze Age -- A. Early Bronze Age -- Bab edh Dhra' tombs -- Tombs from other sites -- Evidence of architecture and soundings on tells -- Early Bronze IV -- Middle Bronze I settlements -- Early Bronze IV -- Middle Bronze I tomb material -- Amman citadel Middle Bronze I sherds -- middle Bronze I material and Syrian parallels -- B. Middle Bronze II A -- C. Middle Bronze II B-C -- Middle Bronze glacis at Amman and Safut -- D. Late Bronze Age -- Imported wares -- Local pottery -- Late Bronze sherds from the Amman citadel -- E. General remarks and comments on the history of the Bronze Age
  • III. Iron Age: Introduction and historical sketch -- IV. Iron Age sequence I (early material) -- Provenience of pottery -- Pottery shapes -- Beginning of Sequence I: The Jebel Nuzha Tomb -- Madeba Tomb A -- Irbed tombs A, B, and C -- Additional material contemporary with the first sequence -- Deir 'Alla sequence -- Balu'a, Aro'er, and some Dhiban sherds -- The Western Arabah: Wadi Timna and surrounding area
  • V. Iron Age second sequence (late material) -- Provenience of pottery -- Amman district tombs -- Earliest material -- Remaining material -- Bowl forms -- Bowl bases -- Goblets -- Lamps -- Cups -- Trefoil-spouted jugs -- Other jugs -- Side-spouted jugs -- Juglets, small jars and bottles -- Pointed-based bottles -- Imitation alabastra -- Handless, pointed-based jars -- Pointed-based, two-handled jars -- Jar type 7 -- Two-handed, globular vases -- Cooking pots -- Cylindrical jars and some deep bowls -- Storage jars -- Whole vessels from other sites
  • VI. Painted pottery of the Iron Age -- Simple band-painted decoration -- Banded decoration effected by incision -- Parallel-line decoration with colored bands between the lines -- Other painted decoration -- Discussion of designs -- Human and animal designs -- Flask and bowl decoration -- Philistine pottery and decoration -- Remaining designs with Iron I contexts -- Metope decoration -- Late decoration
  • VII. Amman citadel (Jebel El Qala') Iron Age remains -- Introduction -- Architecture and stratigraphy -- Area II -- Area I -- The extent of the Iron Age citadel in Amman -- Pottery from Area II -- High-necked jars or jugs -- "Collar-type" rims and related rim types -- "Cylindrical-jar" rims and related rim types -- Miscellaneous jar rims and cooking pots -- Period I -- Period II
  • VIII. Unstratified sherds from the Amman citadel (Jebel El Qala') -- Find spots -- Bowl types -- Jars deep bowls, and other rim sherds -- Rim types present in the 1969 sounding -- Other Iron I rims and rims similar to the 1969 sounding types -- Miscellaneous rims, handles and bases -- Summary
  • IX. Iron Age architectural remains -- Remains of fortification walls and fortified settlements -- Remains of three fortresses -- Remains of private houses -- Tomb plans -- Concluding remarks
  • X. Iron Age small objects and sculpture -- A. Figurines -- Female figurines -- Miscellaneous female figurines -- Male figurines -- Summary of human figurines -- Animals and miscellaneous figurines -- Miscellaneous figurine and mold fragments -- B. Other terra-cotta objects with applied plastic decoration -- Terra-cotta shrines -- Anthropoid sarcophagi -- C. Other small objects -- Iron I objects -- Iron II objects -- D. Stone sculpture -- Balu'a stele -- Male statues or statue fragments from the Amman district -- Female heads -- Concluding statement regarding the Amman sculpture
  • XI. Conclusions -- A. The Bronze Age -- B. The Iron Age -- Twelfth and eleventh centuries B.C. -- Tenth to Eighth centuries B.C. -- Seventh and sixth centuries B.C. -- General concluding remarks
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xvi, 287 pages
Isbn
9780893260538
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
83061718
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)10044095
  • (OCoLC)ocm10044095
Label
The archaeology of the Transjordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages, Rudolph Henry Dornemann
Publication
Note
Revision of thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Chicago, 1970
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 185-193
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I. Introduction -- Objectives and emphases of monograph -- Summary of archaeological research in the Transjordan -- Evidence from surface surveys as opposed to evidence from stratified excavation and the necessity of discussing Transjordanian assemblages in relation to Palestine -- The question of settled as opposed to non-settled populations in the Transjordan -- The geographical units in the Transjordan
  • II. The Bronze Age -- A. Early Bronze Age -- Bab edh Dhra' tombs -- Tombs from other sites -- Evidence of architecture and soundings on tells -- Early Bronze IV -- Middle Bronze I settlements -- Early Bronze IV -- Middle Bronze I tomb material -- Amman citadel Middle Bronze I sherds -- middle Bronze I material and Syrian parallels -- B. Middle Bronze II A -- C. Middle Bronze II B-C -- Middle Bronze glacis at Amman and Safut -- D. Late Bronze Age -- Imported wares -- Local pottery -- Late Bronze sherds from the Amman citadel -- E. General remarks and comments on the history of the Bronze Age
  • III. Iron Age: Introduction and historical sketch -- IV. Iron Age sequence I (early material) -- Provenience of pottery -- Pottery shapes -- Beginning of Sequence I: The Jebel Nuzha Tomb -- Madeba Tomb A -- Irbed tombs A, B, and C -- Additional material contemporary with the first sequence -- Deir 'Alla sequence -- Balu'a, Aro'er, and some Dhiban sherds -- The Western Arabah: Wadi Timna and surrounding area
  • V. Iron Age second sequence (late material) -- Provenience of pottery -- Amman district tombs -- Earliest material -- Remaining material -- Bowl forms -- Bowl bases -- Goblets -- Lamps -- Cups -- Trefoil-spouted jugs -- Other jugs -- Side-spouted jugs -- Juglets, small jars and bottles -- Pointed-based bottles -- Imitation alabastra -- Handless, pointed-based jars -- Pointed-based, two-handled jars -- Jar type 7 -- Two-handed, globular vases -- Cooking pots -- Cylindrical jars and some deep bowls -- Storage jars -- Whole vessels from other sites
  • VI. Painted pottery of the Iron Age -- Simple band-painted decoration -- Banded decoration effected by incision -- Parallel-line decoration with colored bands between the lines -- Other painted decoration -- Discussion of designs -- Human and animal designs -- Flask and bowl decoration -- Philistine pottery and decoration -- Remaining designs with Iron I contexts -- Metope decoration -- Late decoration
  • VII. Amman citadel (Jebel El Qala') Iron Age remains -- Introduction -- Architecture and stratigraphy -- Area II -- Area I -- The extent of the Iron Age citadel in Amman -- Pottery from Area II -- High-necked jars or jugs -- "Collar-type" rims and related rim types -- "Cylindrical-jar" rims and related rim types -- Miscellaneous jar rims and cooking pots -- Period I -- Period II
  • VIII. Unstratified sherds from the Amman citadel (Jebel El Qala') -- Find spots -- Bowl types -- Jars deep bowls, and other rim sherds -- Rim types present in the 1969 sounding -- Other Iron I rims and rims similar to the 1969 sounding types -- Miscellaneous rims, handles and bases -- Summary
  • IX. Iron Age architectural remains -- Remains of fortification walls and fortified settlements -- Remains of three fortresses -- Remains of private houses -- Tomb plans -- Concluding remarks
  • X. Iron Age small objects and sculpture -- A. Figurines -- Female figurines -- Miscellaneous female figurines -- Male figurines -- Summary of human figurines -- Animals and miscellaneous figurines -- Miscellaneous figurine and mold fragments -- B. Other terra-cotta objects with applied plastic decoration -- Terra-cotta shrines -- Anthropoid sarcophagi -- C. Other small objects -- Iron I objects -- Iron II objects -- D. Stone sculpture -- Balu'a stele -- Male statues or statue fragments from the Amman district -- Female heads -- Concluding statement regarding the Amman sculpture
  • XI. Conclusions -- A. The Bronze Age -- B. The Iron Age -- Twelfth and eleventh centuries B.C. -- Tenth to Eighth centuries B.C. -- Seventh and sixth centuries B.C. -- General concluding remarks
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xvi, 287 pages
Isbn
9780893260538
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
83061718
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)10044095
  • (OCoLC)ocm10044095

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