Timothy P. Harrison, PhD (1995), University of Chicago, is Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology at the University of Toronto. He has directed excavations at Tell Madaba, in Jordan, and Tell Tayinat, in Turkey, and has published on the Bronze and Iron Age archaeology of the eastern Mediterranean, including Megiddo 3: Final Report of the Stratum VI Excavations (2004), and the edited volume, Cyprus, The Sea Peoples and the Eastern Mediterranean: Regional Perspectives of Change and Continuity (2008).
Edward B. Banning, PhD (1985), University of Toronto, is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Toronto. He has directed a long-running regional survey, including excavations at a series of prehistoric sites, in the Wadi Ziqlab, in Jordan. Professor Banning has published extensively on the prehistory of Jordan and the broader Near East, and on regional survey methods and landscape archaeology, including Archaeological Survey in the Manuals on Archaeological Method, Theory and Technique series (2002).
Stanley Klassen, PhD candidate, University of Toronto, is Collections Manager and Lab Technician of the Archaeology Lab in the Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto. He has excavated in Israel and Jordan and has published on pottery from the Bronze and Iron Age of the Southern Levant, including in the edited volume, Interpreting Silent Artefacts. Petrographic Approaches to Archaeological Ceramics (2009).
All interested in the archaeology and history of second and first millennium BCE Egypt and the southern Levant.
Table of contents
John S. Holladay, Jr: An Appreciation Timothy P. Harrison
Egyptian Long-Distance Trade in the Middle Kingdom and the Evidence at the Red Sea Harbour at Mersa/Wadi Gawasis Kathryn Bard and Rodolfo Fattovich
MB II Flat-Bottom Handmade Cooking Pots from Wadi Tumilat: A Useful Chronological Marker or an Indicator of Technical Style? Stanley Klassen
Flint and Forts: the Role of Flint in Late Middle-New Kingdom Egyptian Weaponry Carolyn A. Graves-Brown
Geophysical Surveys at Tell al-Maskhuta, 1978-1982 Edward B. Banning
Thutmose III’s Great Syrian Campaign: Tracing the Steps of the Egyptian Pharaoh in Western Syria, Part I: From Idlib to Aleppo Douglas Frayne
The Amman Airport Structure: A Re-assessment of Its Date-Range, Function and Overall Role in the Levant Gregory Mumford
Israel and Egypt in the ‘Age of Solomon’ John Van Seters
A Fishy Business: The Inland Trade in Nile perch (Lates niloticus) in the Early Iron Age Levant Bruce Routledge
In the Shadow of a Giant: Egyptian Influence in Transjordan During the Iron Age Michèle Daviau
Snake Cults and Egyptian Military Bases Kasia Szpakowska
Anthropoid Clay Coffins of the Late Bronze Age to Early Iron Age in Egypt and the Near East: A Re-Evaluation of the Evidence from Tell el-Yahudiya Mary-Ann Pouls-Wegner
A Preliminary Analysis of Some Elements of the Saite and Persian Period Pottery at Tell al-Maskhuta Patricia Paice†
Meẓad Hashavyahu Reconsidered: Saite Strategy and Archaic Greek Chronology Peter James
Provenancing Basket Handle Jars from Mendes, Egypt Lawrence A. Pavlish†
Sojourner in the Land: A Comparative Perspective on the Resident Alien in Late Period Egypt Philip Kaplan