Tel Anafa-1972 : The Fourth Season
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"Tel Anafa, a mound in Upper Galilee, yielded a great mass of important Late Hellenistic remains during the first three seasons of excavation (1968-1970) and in 1972 presented a much enlarged range of material. Four new squares were opened on the mound, bringing the total exposure to 429 square meters, and an attempt was made to investigate the Hellenistic town below the mounds to the east. It was, however, the deeper digging in areas previously investigated that lengthened the site's cultural sequence back to at least 2200 B.C."--First paragraph.
Originally published in: Muse, 1972, volume 06, pages 8-18
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