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  ארכיאולוגיה קלאסית (התקופה ההלניסטית, רומית וביזאנטית)

 

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMPnBypO6RI

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           הממשק בין טקסטים היסטוריים והממצא הארכיאולוגי (פלוויוס יוספוס ומגילת המלחמה)

            http://www.ocdss.div.ed.ac.uk/

 

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  • יורם חיימי                    החפירות הארכאולוגיות במחנה ההשמדה סוביבור (יחד עם ד"ר חוי דרייפוס)
  • איילה זילברשטיין          החקרא של ירושלים (יחד עם ד"ר דורון בן-עמי)
  • אביבית גרא                  (יחד עם פרופ' עודד ליפשיץ ופרופ' נורית ליסובסקי)
תלמידי מוסמך
 
  • אלכסנדר בוגדנובסקי     שימושם של כלי הנשק לאורך התקופות – אנליזה בתלת מימד
                                      (האוניברסיטה העברית; יחד עם ד"ר ליאור גרוסמן)
  • נוי שמש                       מזרקות המים בוילות מן התקופה הרומית המאוחרת בארץ-ישראל 
                                      (אוניברסיטת תל-אביב)
  • חן אנטלר                     האתר ההורדוסי באתר "השומרוני הטוב" (אוניברסיטת תל-אביב)
  • ג'ושוע גולדמן                מכלול המטבעות מחפירות אשפתות הקדרון, עיר דוד (התוכנית 
  •                                  הבינלאומית, אוניברסיטת תל-אביב, יחד עם ד"ר יובל גדות וד"ר יואב פרחי) 
  • דניאל סנדרס

 

פרסומים

Policy of publication: (¥) Equal contribution; (‡) Relative contribution; (†) Head of research team.

BOOKS & MONOGRAPHS

In Preperation

1.    G.D. Stiebel, Between the Eagle and the Flies: The Military Cultures of Roman Palestine, Harvard University Press

BOOKS & MONOGRAPHS (edited)

Published Books

1.    J. Aviram, G. Foerster, E. Netzer and G.D. Stiebel (eds.), Masada VIII, The Yigael Yadin Excavations 1963-1965, Final
       Reports, Jerusalem, Israel Exploration Society and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2007 (232 pp.) (¥).

2.    J. Geiger, H.M. Cotton and G.D. Stiebel (eds.), Israel’s Land, Papers Presented to Israel Shatzman on his Jubilee, Raanana,
       The Open University of Israel and the Israel Exploration Society, 2009 (492 pp.) (¥).

3.    D. Amit, Carved in Stone – Collected Essays, G.D. Stiebel and E. Reiner (eds.), Jerusalem, Yad Ben-Zvi and Kfar Etzion
       Field School, 2013 (312 pp.) (¥; Hebrew). Reviewed by U. Leibner: http://www.haaretz.co.il/literature/study/1.2123911

4.    Sh.-R. Marzel and G.D. Stiebel (eds.), Dress & Ideology: Fashioning Identity from Antiquity to the Present, Bloomsbury
       Publishing, London, 2014 (224 pp.) (¥). http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/dress-and-ideology-9781472558091/

5.    D. Amit and G.D. Stiebel (eds.), New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region, Vol. II, Jerusalem,
       The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Israel Antiquities Authority, 2008 (147pp.) (¥).

6.    D. Amit, G.D. Stiebel and O. Peleg-Barakat (eds.), New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region, Vol. III,
       Jerusalem, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Israel Antiquities Authority, 2009 (164pp.) (¥).

7.    D. Amit, O. Peleg-Barakat and G.D. Stiebel (eds.), New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region, Vol. IV,
       Jerusalem, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Israel Antiquities Authority, 2010 (246pp.) (¥).

8.    D. Amit, G.D. Stiebel and O. Peleg-Barakat (eds.), New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region, Vol. V,
       Jerusalem, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Israel Antiquities Authority, 2011 (261pp.) (¥).

9.    D. Amit, G.D. Stiebel, O. Peleg-Barakat and D. Ben-Ami (eds.), New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region,
       Vol. VI, Jerusalem, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Israel Antiquities Authority, 2012 (216pp.) (¥).

10.   G.D. Stiebel, O. Peleg-Barakat, D. Ben-Ami, Sh. Weksler-Bdolah and Y. Gadot (eds.), New Studies in the Archaeology of
        Jerusalem and its Region, Vol. VII, Jerusalem, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, The Israel Antiquities Authority and
        Tel Aviv University, 2013 (324pp.) (¥).

11.   G.D. Stiebel, O. Peleg-Barakat, D. Ben-Ami and Y. Gadot (eds.), New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its
        Region, Vol. VIII, Jerusalem, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, The Israel Antiquities Authority and Tel Aviv University,
        2014 (254pp.) (¥).

In Preperation

1.    G.D.  Stiebel and G. Avni (eds.), A New Old City – Roman Jerusalem, Journal of Roman Archaeology Monographs Series
       (¥; linguistic editing, forthcoming early 2015). http://www.journalofromanarch.com/RACConference.html.

2.    G.D. Stiebel, Material Culture Studies at Masada, Masada Vols. X-XI, The Yigael Yadin Excavations 1963-1965, Final
       Reports, Israel Exploration Society and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem (work in progress).

3.   G.D. Stiebel, The War Scroll, The Oxford Commentary on the Dead Sea Scrolls (work in progress).

      http://www.ocdss.div.ed.ac.uk/

PAPERS

REFEREED ARTICLES in Journals

1.    G.D. Stiebel, ‘...You were the word of war’ – A sling shot testimony from Israel, M. Feugère (ed.), L’Équipment Militaire et
       L’Armement de la République (Ive-Ier s. avant J.-C.), Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 8 1997, pp.301-307.

2.    K.Y. Mumcuoglo, J. Zias, M. Tarshis, M. Lavi and G.D. Stiebel, Body louse remains found in textiles excavated at Masada,
       Israel, Journal of Medical Entomology 40, 2003, pp.585-587 (†).

3.    G.D. Stiebel, Scalping in Roman Palestine – ‘minime Romanum sacrum’?, Scripta Classica Israelica 24, 2005, pp.151-162.

4.    G.D. Stiebel, ‘Dust to dust, ashes to ashes’ – Military equipment from destruction layers in Palestine, Carnuntum Jahrbuch,
       2005, pp.99-108.

5.    G.D. Stiebel, ‘A Light Unto the Nations’ – Symbolic Architecture of Religious Buildings, Eretz Israel 28, 2007 (Teddy Kollek
       Book), Jerusalem, pp.219-234 (Hebrew).

6.    Y. Garfinkel, S. Ganor, M. Hasel and G. Stiebel, Khirbet Qeiyafa 2009, Israel Exploration Journal 59, 2009, pp.214-220 (‡).

7.    E. Galili, V. Sussman, G.D. Stiebel and B. Rosen, A Hellenistic/Early Roman shipwreck assemblage off Ashkelon, Israel,
       The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 39, 2010, pp.125-145 ().

8.    G.D. Stiebel, Scalping in Roman Palestine – ‘minime Romanum sacrum’?, Dead End, Protocols 18, 2011, (Hebrew;
       Updating of ref. art. 3). http://bezalel.secured.co.il/zope/home/he/1286358025/1286376739

9.    G.D. Stiebel, Water to King Herod the Great, Eretz Israel 31 (Ehud Netzer’s Book), Jerusalem, pp. 426-444 (Hebrew).

Accepted for Publication

1.     E. Galili, V. Sussman, G.D. Stiebel and B. Rosen, Late Ptolemaic Bronze Coins, Weights and Artifacts from a Wreack off Atlit,
        ‘Atiqot, 40pp. (‡; in press).

REFEREED ARTICLES in Books

1.     G.D. Stiebel, The militaria  from Herodium, in: G.C. Bottini, L. Di Segni and L.D. Chrupcala (eds.), One Land – Many Cultures,
        Archaeological Studies in Honour of Stanislao Loffreda O.F.M., Collectio Maior 41, Jerusalem, 2003, pp.233-263.
        Reviewed by Y. Tsafrir: http://198.62.75.1/www1/ofm/sbf/segr/ntz/foto2003/LoffredaEn.html;
        http://www.christusrex.org/www1/ofm/sbf/Books/Notiziario/NotiziarioSBF2004.pdf (p. 13)

2.     G.D. Stiebel and J. Magness, The Military Equipment from Masada, in: J. Aviram, G. Foerster, E. Netzer and G.D. Stiebel
       
(eds.), Masada VIII, The Yigael Yadin Excavations 1963-1965, Final Reports, Jerusalem, 2007, pp.1-97 (¥).

3.     G.D. Stiebel, ‘Here and There in the Land of Israel’ – In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great, in: J. Geiger, H.M. Cotton and
        G.D. Stiebel (eds.), Israel’s Land, Papers Presented to Israel Shatzman on his Jubilee, Raanana, 2009, pp.1-23 (Hebrew).

4.     G.D. Stiebel, ‘Meager Bread and Scant Water’ – Food for thought at Masada, in: A.I. Baumgarten, H. Eshel, R. Katzoff and
        S. Tzoref (eds.), Halakhah in Light of Epigraphy, Journal of Ancient Judaism Supplements 3, Göttingen, 2011, pp.283-303.

5.     G.D. Stiebel, ‘Meager Bread and Scant Water’ – The Food of the Rebels’ Community at Masada, in: A. Sitrinski (ed.), Salt
         of the Earth
, Vol. VI, Jerusalem, 2012, pp.104-116 (Hebrew; version of ref. pub. art 4).

6.      G.D. Stiebel, A Remark Concerning the Origin of the Name Kh. Midras/Drousia, in: B. Zissu (ed.), Amos Kloner’s Festschrift,
         Jerusalem and Eretz-Israel 8-9 (2011-2013), Ramat-Gan, 2013, pp.165-168 (Hebrew).

7.     G.D. Stiebel, Military equipment from the Hasmonean and Herodian Palaces at Jericho and Cypros, in: R. Bar-Nathan and
        J. Gärtner (eds.), Hasmonean and Herodian Palaces at Jericho, Volume IV, Final Reports of the 1973-1987 Excavations,
        The Finds from Jericho and Cypros, Jerusalem, 2013, pp.290-298.

8.    G.D. Stiebel, Military Equipment – Chapter 14, in: D. Ben-Ami, Excavations in the Tyropoeon Valley (Givati Parking Lot),
       Final Report Vol. 1, IAA Reports, pp.297-304.

9.    G.D. Stiebel, Dressed to Kill Military Dress as an Ideological Marker in Roman Palestine’, in: Sh.-R. Marzel and G.D.
       Stiebel
(eds.), Dress & Ideology: Fashioning Identity from Antiquity to the Present, Bloomsbury Publishing, London 2014,

       pp.153-167.

10.   G.D. Stiebel, Chapter 4: Military Equipment, in: D. Syon (ed.), Gamla III, The Shmarya Gutmann Excavations 1976–1989,

       Finds and Studies, Part 1, IAA reports 56, Jerusalem, 2014, pp.57-108.

11.  G.D. Stiebel, Chapter 12: Military Equipment, in: R. Porat, R. Chachy and Y. Kalman, Herodium I - Herod’s Tomb Precinct,

        Final Reports of the 1972–2010 Excavations Directed by Ehud Netzer, Jerusalem, 2015, pp.432-453.

 

Accepted for Publication

1.     G.D. Stiebel, Metal finds from the Roman military dump in the Western Wall Plaza excavations, Jerusalem, in: Sh. Weksler-
         Bdolah, The Western Wall Plaza Excavations – The Roman Dump, ‘Atiqot monographs (8pp.) (in press).

2.     G.D. Stiebel, ‘Romani Ite Domum’– Expressions of Identity and Resistance in Judaea, Chapter 7, in J. Taylor (ed.), Jesus
         and Brian, T&T Clark Bloomsbury, London (7pp.) (forthcoming 2015).

CHAPTERS IN BOOK

1.      G.D. Stiebel, Arms from the large Byzantine structure in Area XV (Chapter 11), in: E. Mazar, The Temple Mount Excavations
         in Jerusalem 1968-1978 Directed by Benjamin Mazar, Final Reports Vol. II, The Byzantine and Early Islamic Periods, Qedem
         43, Jerusalem, 2003, pp.153-158.

2.      G.D. Stiebel, A Hellenistic gladius from Jericho, in: E. Netzer, Hasmonean and Herodian Palaces at Jericho, Volume II, Final
         Reports of the 1973-1987 Excavations, Jerusalem, 2004, pp.229-232.

3.      G.D. Stiebel, Roman military artifacts, in: Y. Tepper and L. Di Segni, A Christian Prayer Hall of the Third Century CE at Kefar
         ‘Othnay (Legio) – Excavations at the Megiddo Prison 2005, Jerusalem, 2006, pp.29-31.

4.      G. Stiebel and E. Netzer, New finds at Masada, In Memory of Yigael Yadin – Lectures Presented at the Symposium on the
         Twentieth Anniversary of his Death, Jerusalem, 2006, pp.49-66 (; Hebrew – with English summary on p. 33*).

5.      G.D. Stiebel, The Roman Military Bathhouse at En Gedi, in: E. Stern (ed.), En Gedi Excavations I, Final Report (1961-1965),
         Jerusalem, 2007, pp.344-353.

6.      G.D. Stiebel, Chalcedony phalera from En-Gedi, in: E. Stern (ed.), En Gedi Excavations I, Final Report (1961-1965),
         Jerusalem, 2007, pp.294-296.

7.      G.D. Stiebel, A spangenhelm-type helmet, in: E. Mazar, The Temple Mount Excavations in Jerusalem 1968-1978 directed by
         Benjamin Mazar, Final Reports Vol. III, Qedem 46, Jerusalem, 2007, pp.43-46.

8.      G.D. Stiebel, Military Equipment from the Bar Kokhba Period from the Refuge Caves, in: H. Eshel and R. Porat, Refuge
         Caves of the Bar Kokhba Revolt – Vol. II, Jerusalem, 2009, pp.309-338 (Hebrew).

9.      G.D. Stiebel, Arrowheads and Arrowshafts from The Har Yishai Cave, in: H. Eshel and R. Porat, Refuge Caves of the Bar
         Kokhba Revolt – Vol. II, Jerusalem, 2009, pp.215-222 (Hebrew).

10.    G.D. Stiebel, Weapons from the Teomim Cave, in: H. Eshel and R. Porat, Refuge Caves of the Bar Kokhba Revolt – Vol. II,
         Jerusalem, 2009, pp.454-459 (Hebrew).

11.    G.D. Stiebel, A military die from the Bakery, in: E. Mazar, The Temple Mount Excavations in Jerusalem 1968-1978
         Directed by Benjamin Mazar, Final Reports Vol. IV, The Roman Period, Qedem Series 52, Jerusalem, 2011, pp.229-231.

12.   G.D. Stiebel, Metal finds from the Temple Mount Excavations, in: E. Mazar, The Temple Mount Excavations in Jerusalem
        1968-1978 Directed by Benjamin Mazar, Final Reports Vol. IV, The Roman Period, Qedem Series 52, Jerusalem, 2011,
        pp.333-345.

13.   G.D. Stiebel, An Early Roman shield-boss, in: Y. Thareani-Sussely (ed.), Tel ‘Aroer in the Negev, The Iron Age II Caravan
        Town and the Hellenistic-Early Roman Settlement, The Avraham Biran (1975-1982) and Rudolph Cohen (1975-1976)
        Excavations, Jerusalem, 2011, pp.386-389.

Accepted for publication

1.     G.D. Stiebel, The Legio X Fretensis Base in Roman Jerusalem, in: G.D. Stiebel and G. Avni (eds.), A New Old City – Roman
        Jerusalem, Journal of Roman Archaeology Monographs Series (10pp.) (accepted – early 2015).

2.     G.D. Stiebel, ‘Those who Walk Naked in the Market’ – Maurish Soldiers in Roman Jerusalem, in: G.D. Stiebel and G. Avni
        (eds.), A New Old City – Roman Jerusalem, Journal of Roman Archaeology Monographs Series (6pp.) (accepted – early
        2015).

PAPERS PRESENTED AT SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS PUBLISHED IN PROCEEDINGS

1.     G.D. Stiebel, The whereabouts of the 10th Legion and the boundaries of Aelia Capitolina, in: A. Faust and E. Baruch (eds.),
        New Studies on Jerusalem 5, 1999, pp.68-103 (Hebrew).

2.     G.D. Stiebel, The saw of the agalim – about a difficult term in the Legends of the Destruction, in: A. Faust and E. Baruch
        (eds.), New Studies on Jerusalem 6, 2000, pp.232-241 (Hebrew).

3.     G.D. Stiebel, Military equipment from the period of the Second Revolt in the Judaean Desert caves, in: Y. Eshel (ed.),
        Judaea and Samaria Studies 13, 2004, pp.117-134 (Hebrew – with English summary on p. XII).

4.     G.D. Stiebel, Military equipment from refuge caves in Nahal David and Nahal Arugot, in: Y. Eshel (ed.), Judaea and Samaria
        Studies 15, 2006, pp.137-139 (Hebrew – with English summary on p. XII).

5.     B. Zissu, R. Porat, B. Lengford, H. Eshel, G.D. Stiebel and A. Frumkin, The Teomim Cave in the Western Jerusalem Hills –
        Refuge Cave from the Bar Kokhba period, in: E. Baruch,  A. Levy-Reifer and A. Faust (eds.), New Studies on Jerusalem 15,
        Ramat-Gan, 2009, pp.175-186 (; Hebrew).

6.     G.D. Stiebel, By the Way – Khirbet Qeiyafa in the Classical and Late Periods, in: D. Amit, O. Peleg-Barakat and G.D. Stiebel
       
(eds.), New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region, Vol. IV, Jerusalem, 2010, pp.161-169 (Hebrew; art. in ed.
        pub. Book 6).

7.    G.D. Stiebel, Power and Rule – Jerusalem Coins of Alexander Jannaeus, in: D. Amit, G.D. Stiebel and O. Peleg-Barakat
       (eds.), New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region, Vol. V, Jerusalem, 2011, pp.179-184 (Hebrew; art. in ed.
       pub. Book 7).

8.    G.D. Stiebel, Questions about the Big Questions Following the Holocaust – Guy Stiebel meeting Muli Ben-Sasson, Zug o
       Pered, Protocols 24 (2012) (Hebrew).

9.    G.D. Stiebel, ‘The Κρήνη of Jerusalem’: A Herodian Nymphaeum at Jerusalem, in: G.D. Stiebel, O. Peleg-Barakat,
       D. Ben-Ami, Sh. Weksler-Bdolah and Y. Gadot (eds.), New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region, Vol.
       VII, 2013, pp.148-158 (Hebrew; art. in ed. pub. Book 9).

OTHER PUBLICATIONS (ITEMS IN ENCYCLOPEDIAS, REVIEWS, REPORTS, ABSTRACTS)

1.     J. Magness and G.D. Stiebel, Roman military equipment from Gamla, Arma 7, 1995, p.8.

2.     G.D. Stiebel, Two military finds from Aelia Capitolina – in new perspective, Twenty-Third Archaeological Conference in Israel,
        Jerusalem, 1997, pp.25-26 (Hebrew).

3.     G.D. Stiebel, ‘Gone with the wind’: tracing ancient military wind instruments in Roman Palestine, Abstracts of ROMEC XII, 
        South Shields, 1999, p.7.

4.     Y. Nagar and G. Stiebel, Decapitations in the Early Roman period – Evidences from the Anthropological and Archaeological
        finds, Twenty-Seventh Archaeological Conference in Israel, 2-3 of April 2001, Ramat-Gan, 2001, p.17 (Hebrew).

5.     R. Porat, H. Eshel and G. Stiebel, There are news from the desert, Et-Mol 163, 2002, pp.4-7 (Hebrew).

6.     G.D. Stiebel, Notes on M. Hershkovitz’s Article in Qadmoniot 124 ‘A Carved Bone Plaque from Tel Dan’, Qadmoniot 125,
        2003, pp.55-56 (Hebrew).

7.     G.D. Stiebel, Masada, s.v. in Encyclopaedia Judaica (2nd ed.), Thomson Gale (Macmillan Reference), Detroit, 2006, Vol. 13,
        pp.593-599.

8.     G. Stiebel and E. Netzer, The New Excavations at Masada, Ariel 174, 2006, pp.22-33 (¥; Hebrew).

9.     E. Netzer and G. Stiebel, ‘Notes on Y. Hirschfeld’s Article: ‘The Northern Palace – New Interpretation’, Ariel 174, 2006,
        pp.40-41 (¥; Hebrew).

10.   G.D. Stiebel, ‘Miles Gloriosus’? – The Image of the Roman Legionary, in: O. Rimon (ed.), The Great Revolt in the Galilee,
        Haifa, 2007, pp.111-118 (Hebrew).

11.   G.D. Stiebel, ‘In those Days and at Present’ – New Studies from the Judean Desert, The Orion Newsletter 13th Issue,
        November 2007, p.3.

12.   E. Netzer and G. Stiebel, Masada, s.v. in E. Stern (ed.), The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy
        Land 5, Supplementary Volume, Jerusalem, 2008, pp.1935-1937, 1939-1940 (¥).

13.   B. Zissu, H. Eshel, G.D. Stiebel, R. Porat, B. Lengford, U. Davidovich and A. Frumkin, Finds from the Bar Kokhba period in
        The Teomim Cave in the Western Jerusalem Hills, Qadmoniot 138 (2009), pp.118-121 (; Hebrew).

14.   B. Zissu, R. Porat, B. Langford, H. Eshel, G.D. Stiebel and A. Frumkin, Twin Treasures, Eretz 123, 2010, pp.62-69.

15.   G.D. Stiebel, Shofar – Between the Holy and the Profane, in: P. Vukosavovic (ed.), Sound the Shofar – A Witness to History,
        Jerusalem, 2011, pp.30-31.

16.   G.D. Stiebel, Live by the Sword? The Location and Status of the Army in Aelia Capitolina, The International Jerusalem
        Conference. The Opening Event of the School for Jerusalem Studies, Jerusalem, 2012.
        http://www.ybz.org.il/?CategoryID=976&ArticleID=4688

17.   G.D. Stiebel, About Identity and Space at Masada of the Great Revolt, in: E. Schiller and G. Barkai (eds.), Architecture and Art
        in Second Temple Jerusalem, Ariel 200–201, Jerusalem, 2013, pp.169–178 (Hebrew).

פרסים

1989-1991     Dean’s distinction list B.A. students (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
1992              Rector’s Prize for M.A. students (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
1992              Rector’s Scholarship for M.A. students (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
1994              Farago Prize for M.A. students in Archaeology (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
1999              Research scholarship of the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated
                      Literature (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
2000-2003     ISF (Co-PI with Prof. Ehud Netzer), Material Culture of Masada (3 years grant)
2007-2008     Israel Drainage Authority (PI), Governmental research grant for excavations at Masada   
2012              Private donor (PI), Publication of the book: G.D. Stiebel and G. Avni (eds.), A New Old City – 
                      Roman Jerusalem, Journal of Roman Archaeology Monographs Series 
2013              Private donor (PI), Analysis and publication of the yet unpublished material culture from Yigael
                      Yadin’s excavations at Masada (Final Reports Series Vols. X-XI)
2013             Kfar Etzion Field School (Co-PI with Prof. Elchanan Reiner), Publication of the book: David Amit, Carved 
                     in Stone – Collected Essays, G.D. Stiebel and E. Reiner (eds.), Yad Ben-Zvi and Kfar Etzion Field School,
                     Jerusalem, 2013

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