Apollonia-Arsuf: The Persian and Hellenistic periods (with Appendices on the Chalcolithic and Iron Age II remains)
Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology of the Institute of Archaeology, Tel Aviv University, 1999 - 299 من الصفحات
Volume 2: "Reports findings from the 1996, 2002, 2006, 2012, 2013, and 2017 excavation seasons at the Apollonia-Arsuf archaeological site, located on a fossilized sandstone dune ridge on the Mediterranean coast of Israel."--Provided by publisher (Eisenbrauns).
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THREE PHOENICIAN INSCRIPTIONS ON CLAY VESSELS
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4th century according amphora Apollonia Apollonia-Arsuf apparently Archaeology Area H Arsuf assemblage attested Attic Aviv Ayalon base black glaze body Bowl brown Brownish-grey 10YR building Byzantine century B.C.E. Chapter clay coast coastal common ware Cooking-pot core covered Crusader decoration discussed Early Eastern evidence examples excavations FIGURE finds fired fragment Greek handle Heavy bowl Hebrew Hellenistic imported included inscription Israel Jerusalem Krater lamps Land of Israel late later Light located Locus mainly mentioned Michal neck noted orange 7.5YR origin Painted Pale orange 5YR Palestine pattern Persian period Phoenician Plain pottery preserved refuse pit region remains Report represent retrieved Roll Roman rounded sandy seems settlement Sharon shells slip southern Stern strata stratum Persian surface survey Table Tel Aviv University Tell vessels walls ware