The Earliest Settlement on Telegraph Hill

Life on the Farm in Late Medieval Jerusalem - The Peasant Farmstead of Khirbet Beit Mazmil, its Occupants and their Industry over Five Centuries - Bethany J. Walker

Zubair Adawi [+-]
Israel Antiquities Authority
Zubair Adawi (M.A., - Ben Gurion University, 2010, Archaeology) - Research and Excavation Archaeologist, Israel Antiquities Authority
Benjamin J. Dolinka [+-]
Independent Scholar
Dr. Benjamin Dolinka (PhD 2007, Archaeology, University of Liverpool) – formerly Jerusalem District Ceramics Specialist, Israel Antiquities Authority; currently Independent Scholar. Author of Nabataean Aila (Aqaba, Jordan) from a Ceramic Perspective (Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 2003) and 7 scholarly articles.

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Pulling on the results of a single season of salvage excavations at the base of the hill in 2017, Chapter Three recreates the form and function of the monumental, multi-level complex of the Byzantine period that formed the foundation of the current site.

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Adawi, Zubair; Dolinka, Benjamin. The Earliest Settlement on Telegraph Hill. Life on the Farm in Late Medieval Jerusalem - The Peasant Farmstead of Khirbet Beit Mazmil, its Occupants and their Industry over Five Centuries. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. Oct 2023. ISBN 9780000000000. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=40919. Date accessed: 27 Sep 2021 doi: 10.1558/equinox.40919. Oct 2023

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