The Continuity of the Canaanite Glyptic Tradition into the Iron Age I–IIA.

Citation:

Schroer, S., 2021. The Continuity of the Canaanite Glyptic Tradition into the Iron Age I–IIA. Jerusalem Journal of Archaeology , 1 , pp. 482-502. Copy at http://www.tinyurl.com/yje9lbhy
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Abstract:

The article relates to several recognizable developments in the iconography of the Early Iron Age. It indicates that during the 11th and beginning of the 10th centuries BCE the dominant Egyptian influence was on the decline, and other traditions came to prominence: from the north, Syrian influences, and in some places sub-Mycenaean influences. The autochthonous Canaanite heritage experienced a revival, developing new themes and using new media.

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