Published in Paleorient 19/1 (1993), pp.115-134
Institute of Archaeology
The Hebrew University
This article is largely based on Chapter 3 of my PHD Thesis (Garfinkel 1992a). I wish to thank my supervisors Prof. A. Ben-Tor and Prof. N. Goren-Inbar for there help; J. Perrot, the excavator of Munhata, allowed my to study and publish the pottery, the figurines, and other baked clay objects from the site. I am indebted to him for this. The excavations at Sha`ar Hagolan and the analysis of the finds were made possible through grants from the Israel National Council for Research and Development, the Irene Sala CARE Archaeological Foundation, and the Berman Center for Biblical Archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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