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Excavations at Nippur
Second of the preliminary reports on work at Nippur, this volume gives details of the remains of a series of temples in Area WA and the administrative and residential buildings in Area WB. Includes important treatments of the pottery of the Old Babylonian and Kassite periods, as well as hoards of cuneiform tablets and Islamic silver coins.

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9780918986221 | Published: 1978
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Excavations at Nippur
The first results of a program of research at Nippur, the holy city of Mesopotamia. This program, bringing together an interdisciplinary team to work on a historical site in Mesopotamia, focuses on the entire city, not just the sacred aspects.

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9780226623399 | Published: 1975
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Excavations at Serra East, Parts 1-5
In 1961/62 and 1963/64, the Oriental Nubian Expedition excavated cemeteries, the ancient fortress, and the late Christian town of Serra East in northern Sudan. This volume looks at the ancient burials and outlying structures.

Hardback    £43.00
9780918986924 | Published: 1993
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Excavations at Tel Jezreel

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9780897571111 | Published: 2019
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Excavations at the Cappadocia Gate
The city on the Kerkenes Dag in the high plateau of central Turkey was a new Iron Age capital, very probably Pteria. Founded in the later seventh century BC, it was burned in the mid sixth century and then abandoned. Between 1999 and 2011 one of the seven city gates, was excavated in its entirety and these are the results of those excavations.

Hardback    £66.00
9781614910336 | Published: 2019
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Excavations at the prehistoric mound of Chogha Bonut, Khuzestan, Iran

The results of three seasons of excavations at Chogha Bonut, Lowland Susiana, in the modern-day province of Khuzestan, southwestern Iran. Susiana was a major contributor to the cultural development of the ancient Near East, and thanks to more than a century of archaeological investigation, it is also the best known region in the entire area.

Hardback    £74.00
9781885923233 | Published: 2003
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Excavations Between Abu Simbel and the Sudan Frontier, Part 1
This volume is the first of twelve scheduled to present the materials excavated under the direction of Professor Keith C. Seele in a concession that extended from the Abu Simbel temples to the Sudan frontier in two seasons, 1962-63 and 1963-64.

Hardback    £78.00
9780918986467 | Published: 1986
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Excavations Between Abu Simbel and the Sudan Frontier, Part 5
Although C-Group sites in the area had been thought to be poor or plundered, Cemeteries T, K, and U yielded large amounts of undisturbed material that provided a valuable opportunity to check the chronology of C-Group by plotting the occurrence of various objects and practices in the cemetery.

Hardback    £47.00
9780918986337 | Published: 1983
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Excavations Between Abu Simbel and the Sudan Frontier, Part 6

Details the New Kingdom remains from the Nubian sites of Qustul and Adindan. Nubia prospered, as it was more closely tied to Egypt during this period of its history than at any other time. The Egyptian influence and Nubia's prosperity are clearly depicted in the burials.  206 figures, 53 plates, 24 tables.

Hardback    £58.00
9780918986863 | Published: 1992
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Excavations Between Abu Simbel and the Sudan Frontier, Part 7
A number of burials excavated by the Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition revealed pottery, objects, and burial customs that are dated to the Twenty-fifth Dynasty and Napatan periods (ca. 750-200 b.c.). The burials are compared with others published from the region to reconstruct a substantial period of settlement in Lower Nubia.

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9780918986603 | Published: 1990
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