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|Title:||Two Iron Age scarab seals from Khallet el-Qa'aqir – el-Kom village||Authors:||Halayqa, Issam||Keywords:||Seals (Numismatics) - History - Hebron - Palestine;Antiquities - Iron age - Palestine||Issue Date:||2014||Abstract:||The two scarabs were discovered in a tomb in Khallet el-Qaʕ aqir near el-Kom village (sea level 425m, E-146590 N- 104440), about 13 km south west of Hebron during a salvage excavation carried out by the Department of Palestinian Antiquities and Cultural Heritage on 15 June 2014. The current location of the objects is in Hebron Antiquity Department, closet 5, shelf 3, case 61. On 11 June 2015 they were made available for study||Description:||Published in : Aula Orientalis ; 34/1 (2016) pp.183-186||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/4709|
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