Several significant excavation reports will be published in the next couple of months and Eisenbrauns is offering major discounts on pre-orders.
Megiddo V: The 2004-2008 Seasons
Gezer VII: The Middle Bronze and Later Fortifications in Fields II, IV, and VIII
Sepphoris I: The Pottery from Ancient Sepphoris
With the ongoing debate over the chronology of the Iron Age II, the Megiddo volumes may receive the most attention from scholars.
Eisenbrauns has a number of other excavation reports on sale, including volumes on Bab edh-Dhra, Lahav (volumes I-II), Tell el-
Hesi (volumes II-V), Gezer (volumes I-III, V), and Dothan. For those interested in a popular work, the Timnah volume is now marked down 50% (to $15).
There doesn’t seem to be a direct link to the sale page, so go to the home page, read about their phenomenal new “Online/Offline
Backup Service” (announced on April 1), and follow the link to the sale from there.
A couple of recently published excavation reports are reviewed in the current issue of Biblical Archaeology Review. In the article now available online, William G. Dever reviews Ashkelon 3: The Seventh Century B.C. and Hazor: The 1990–2009 Excavations: The Iron Age.
2 thoughts on “New Excavation Reports: Megiddo, Gezer, Sepphoris”
Were these the "archaeological reports of sites in northern Israel" you spent much of last year reading?
The Hazor and Dothan ones, yes. The ones not yet published, no. Also Megiddo III, IV, Jokneam, Beth Shean, Taanach, Jezreel, Kinneret, Bethsaida, es-Saidiyeh, Deir Alla, and others.