Search: Ancient Near East and Egypt - History, 2002, Hardback
Vladimír Souček and Jana Siegelová
This major study of Cypro-Phoenician (or Black-on-Red) pottery provides a fresh assessment of Iron Age East Mediterranean chronology, investigates the relative roles of Cyprus and Phoenicia in trade to the Aegean, and explores the ancient trade in perfumed oil.
Michael M. Homan
Examines in detail the function, form, and symbolism of ancient tents, specifically in the Hebrew Bible, but also in the greater context of the Ancient Near East. Domestic, martial, nuptial, and religious tents (especially the Tabernacle) are explored.
Edited by Leda Ciraolo and Jonathan Seidel
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