The Manasseh Hill Country Survey: Volume 3: From Nahal ‘Iron to Nahal Shechem
The third volume of the Manasseh Hill Country Survey presents the results of a detailed archaeological survey of north-western Samaria. It is a valuable tool for scholars of the Bible, Archaeology, Near Eastern history and the Holy Land.
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a.s.a. Name type Additional Bibliography ancient core Anin aqia Arah Arunah Avdat Baibars Baqa el-Gharbiyeh Book of Judith built burial caves Byzantine Chalcolithic Cisterns Conder and Kitchener courtyard Cultivation Date of visit Dothan Valley dunams Early Moslem Early Roman east Elevation Esur excavated Faḥmeh flint group Soil type groves Cisterns Hellenistic hill installations Iron Age Israel grid Jenin Jezreel Valley Judah group Soil Kafr Kafr Dan Khirbet km distant Road km distant Visibility Late Roman map Site type Megiddo Middle Bronze Age Mount Scopus Mount Scopus group Nahal Iron Narbatah nearest place Persian period place Site type Pottery Previous surveys rendzina ridge rock-cut rossa Soil quality Samaria Scopus group Soil settlement Sharon Plain Shechem sherd scatter sherds slope structure Ta’anach terra rossa Topography tower Umm el-Faḥm UTM grid village Wadi wall Water source winepresses Ya’bad Zertal