Walking Through Jordan - Essays in Honor of Burton MacDonald - Michael Neeley

Walking Through Jordan - Essays in Honor of Burton MacDonald - Michael Neeley

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Walking Through Jordan - Essays in Honor of Burton MacDonald - Michael Neeley

Michael Neeley [+-]
Montana State University
Michael Neeley is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Montana State University. He has conducted archaeological research (both survey and excavation) in Jordan over the past 25 years.

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The objective of Walking through Jordan is to acknowledge and honor the singular achievements and wider impacts of Jordan’s most prominent survey archaeologist, Burton MacDonald. MacDonald is a biblical scholar by training who has written extensively about the Iron Age and early Christianity. However, unlike many biblical scholars, MacDonald has also undertaken large regional survey projects which encompass the entire gamut of Jordanian prehistory and history. Thus, his work is unique in that it attracts the interest of a wide range of scholars. Scholars from around the world reflect on three important areas of MacDonald’s archaeological contributions: on archaeological survey in general, including those focusing on methodology and/or field projects that depend to a large extent on surveys, MacDonald’s five major surveys— papers that incorporate data from his field projects and sites tested or excavated by others that were first identified by his work, and the archaeology of the Bronze and Iron Ages, as well as the Roman Period and the early Christian era. Despite his important contributions to prehistoric archaeology, the early historical periods constitute the main emphasis of Burton’s scholarly output.

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Neeley, Michael . List of Tables. Walking Through Jordan - Essays in Honor of Burton MacDonald. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. xiv-xv Nov 2017. ISBN 9781781792834. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=34978. Date accessed: 21 Nov 2019 doi: 10.1558/equinox.34978. Nov 2017

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