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|Title:||Two Canaanite scarabs from Kherbit el-Jami' (el-Ubayat) south of Bethlehem||Authors:||Halayqa, Issam||Keywords:||Seals (Numismatics) - Palestine;Bronze age - Palestine - Antiquities||Issue Date:||Dec-2015||Publisher:||Ugarit-Verlag||Series/Report no.:||Ugarit-Forschungen 46;8||Abstract:||The two objects in question have been unearthed during a salvage excavation carried out by the Department of Palestinian Antiquities and Cultural Heritage at an Early–Middle Bronze cemetery at Kherbit el-Jami' (el-Ubayat), 4 km south of Bethlehem (coordinates 167000-121040, 675 m above Sea level). On 16–17 April, 2014 while digging at the site, two scarabs (BL 4368, BL 4369) were found in two chambers of two different Middle Bronze II tombs.1 The archaeological ﬁnds associated with the two scarabs are principally ceramic vessels (lamps, bowls and jars) and are dated to Middle Bronze II – Middle Bronze III.||Description:||Published in Ugarit-Forschungen. Internationales Jahrbuch für die Altertumskunde Syrien-Palästinas ; band 46, 2015, pp. 183-188||URI:||https://www.ugarit-verlag.com/zeitschriften.html?id=1
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