Remnants of a “Feudal” Past

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

Benyamin Storchan [+-]
Israel Antiquities Authority
Dr. Benyamin Storchan (M.A., Bar-Ilan University, Archaeology) - Jerusalem Region Research 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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This chapter is based on the results of the first season of fieldwork at the site in 2012 and 2013, interpreting the results in light of what has been discovered in subsequent excavations. It focuses on the southern half of the site, which has been identified as the “outbuildings” of a Mamluk-era (13th-15th c.) amiral estate.

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Storchan, Benyamin; Dolinka, Benjamin. Remnants of a “Feudal” Past. 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=40920. Date accessed: 27 Sep 2021 doi: 10.1558/equinox.40920. Oct 2023

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