6 edition of Reports of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan. found in the catalog.
by Published for the American Schools of Oriental Research by Eisenbrauns in Winona Lake, Ind
Written in English
|Contributions||American Schools of Oriental Research., Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan (1965-1967), Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan (1975-1981)|
|LC Classifications||DS154.9.D38 E9 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-2 > :|
|ISBN 10||093146451X, 1575060868, 1575060876|
|LC Control Number||89007766|
Lot looked out on the valley where the Dead Sea is now and saw an incredibly fertile and well-watered region. And Lot lifted up his eyes, and beheld all the plain of the Jordan, that it was well watered every where, before Hashem destroyed Sdom and Gomorrah, like the garden of Hashem. Genesis (The Israel Bible). Official Report of the United States' Expedition to Explore the Dead Sea and the River Jordan Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Addeddate
The principal goal of this annual is to reveal the inherent relationship between Assyriology, Semitics, and biblical studies—a relationship that our predecessors comprehended and fruitfully explored but that is often neglected today. From the history of the crossing of the Jordan by Joshua and the expedition of Chedorlaomer when Lot was captured, it is evident that the outlines of the sea were essentially the same 3, years ago as they are now, showing that there has been no radical change in climatic conditions since then. II. .
Analysis of archaeological sites north of the Dead Sea demonstrate that a meteor explosion in the skies 3, years ago instantly obliterated a civilization and destroyed once fertile farmland in several settlements in the area of what is now Jordan. This discovery provides another explanation for the sudden desertion of what researchers believe to be the biblical city of Sodom. This chapter describes results of preliminary research by the ‘Follow the Pots’ project, centring on the sites of Bab adh-Dhra’, Naqa/Safi, and Fifa. These three extensive Early Bronze Age (EBA,– BCE) cemeteries on the southeastern Dead Sea Plain in Jordan offer a unique opportunity to study mortuary practices at a time when the social landscape changed dramatically as people.
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Get this from a library. Reports of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan. [American Schools of Oriental Research.;]. : Bab Edh Dhra: Excavations in the Cemetery Directed by Paul Lapp/Reports of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan: Volume 1 (Reports of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan, V.
1) (): Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan (), Schaub, R. Thomas, Lapp, Paul W., Rast, Walter E.: BooksFormat: Hardcover. Series: Reports of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan (Book 3) Hardcover: pages; Publisher: AltaMira Press (Ma ) Language: English; ISBN ; ISBN ; Product Dimensions: x 1 x inches Shipping Weight: pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be the first to Author: Bruno Frohlich.
Preliminary Report of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research Schaub, R.T. and W.E. Rast () The Early Bronze Age I Stratified Ceramic Sequences from Bab edh-Dhra’. Walter E. Rast, R. Thomas Schaub, The Southeastern Dead Sea Plain Expedition: An Interim Report of the Season, The Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research, Vol.
46, The Southeastern Dead Sea Plain Expedition: An Interim Report of the Season (), pp. iii-vi+++++ ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 29 cm. Series Title: Annual of the American Schools of Oriental.
Bab Edh Dhra: Excavations in the Cemetery Directed by Paul Lapp/Reports of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan: Volume 1 (Reports of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan, V.
1): ISBN () Hardcover, Scholars Pr, Supporters of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan. Introduction: The – Excavations at Numayra and Ras an- Numayra. Meredith S. Chesson. Geology and Geomorphology. Jack Donahue. Central Area Excavations. Meredith S.
Chesson. Reports of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan 1. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, Rast, Walter R. Thomas Schaub “Survey of the Southeastern Plain of the Dead Sea, ” Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 19 (): 5–53, – At noon, fired out at sea, in honour of the illustrious dead, twenty-one minute-guns from the heavy blunderbuss mounted on the bow of the Fanny Mason.
The reports reverberated loudly and strangely amid the cavernous recesses of those lofty and barren mountains. The Early Bronze Age I Tombs and Burials of Bâb Edh-Dhrâ', Jordan (Reports of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan) (Pt. 1) by Ortner, Donald J.; Frohlich, Bruno and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Ordered to fix the exact elevation of the Dead Sea and to collect scientific specimens, the expedition was the Navy's first and last to the storied salt lake of the Old Testament.
The expedition's leader, Lt. William Lynch, was at once a coolly scientific and a devoutly religious man who hoped to find the ruins of Sodom and Gomorrah and sustain. Official Report of the United States Expedition to Explore the Dead Sea and River Jordan. Baltimore, MD: John Murphy & Co., ____.
Report of Commander W. Lynch, in Relation to His Mission to the Coast of Africa. [Washington, ]. Montague, Edward P. Narrative of the Late Expedition to the Dead Sea. Painting from William Francis Lynch's book The Narrative of the United States Expedition of the River Jordan and the Dead Sea, published in There are other stories and historical names which bear a resemblance to the biblical stories of Sodom and Gomorrah.
The public s continuing fascination with Near Eastern archaeology has often been frustrated by highly technical and specialized studies. This volume masterfully rectifies that situation. Here, in concise and readable form, is a comprehensive introduction to Palestinian archaeology (the region encompassed by the State of Israel, the West Bank, and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan) from the Stone.
History of the Dead Sea. The parched desert which now houses the Dead Sea was once a fertile plain through which the Jordan River flowed, periodically flooding the entire plain and creating a lush land.
Excavations show evidence of early, sophisticated civilization there. From the Torah, we can identify that civilization as Sodom and its sister. Bab Edh Dhra: Excavations in the Cemetery Directed by Paul Lapp/Reports of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan Author: Jordan () Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, R.
Thomas Schaub, Paul W. Lapp. DEAD SEA. A body of water in Palestine at the southern end of the Jordan Valley. The Dead Sea, whose surface lies 1, feet below sea level, is the lowest point on the surface of name is well chosen, since the excessive chemical content of the lake, including potassium, sodium, and magnesium chlorides, prevents all forms of vegetation and sea life from existing there.
Excavations at the Early Bronze Age Townsite in Jordan, – Edited by Meredith S. Chesson, R. Thomas Schaub, and Walter E. Rast pages " × 11" 11 color/ b&w illustrations. The important Early Bronze Age site of Bâb edh-Dhrâ’, on the lisan near the Dead Sea in Jordan, was first excavated by Paul W.
Lapp in the s. The first volume of the Reports of the Expedition described the burial practices and artifacts revealed in the.
Strabo saw it navigated: but its decline from the point of departure, near Bubastes, to the Red Sea was so slight that it was only navigable for a Reports of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan, vol.
1, Bab edh-Dhra: Excavation in the Century Directed by Paul W. Lapp, this summary it is clear that both Diodorus and. Smooth on the mineral-rich mud from the natural mud pools, stretch out in the sun or float on the Dead Sea water while relaxing with your favorite book and a cocktail from the lowest bar on earth.Paleobotany.
Pp. 52–53 in Preliminary Report of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan, eds. Walter E. Rast and R. Thomas Schaub. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 21–