Pueblos y culturas de la Sierra Central del Perú by Duccio Bonavia, Rogger Ravines, Javier Pulgar Vidal, Ramiro
By Duccio Bonavia, Rogger Ravines, Javier Pulgar Vidal, Ramiro Matos, William H. Isbell, Donald E. Thompson, Waldemar Espinoza Soriano, George Petersen
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930 BCE. Since Reisner had previous commitments for 1908, the director of the team for the ﬁrst season was Schumacher, who was just a few years removed from excavating at Megiddo. However, Reisner was able to direct the dig for the following two seasons and did a much better job than Schumacher. The team of workmen used at Samaria was almost as large as that used by Macalister at Gezer, usually numbering about two hundred but occasionally rising to as many as four hundred ﬁfty, but the difference lay in the staff.
3. Stratigraphic levels at Tel Kabri in Israel. The history of the Middle Bronze II palace can be seen in the balk, in the form of several plaster ﬂoors with occupational layers, lying one on top of another. 22 He extended this concept to cities and levels in other ancient mounds, both nearby and farther away, reasoning that if similar types of pottery are found at different sites, the levels in which they are found at each site are likely to be contemporary. This point is especially important for eras before the existence of coins, which were not invented until 700 BCE in ancient Lydia, in what is now Turkey.
While some agreed that these were stables, others saw them as storehouses, barracks, marketplaces, or fulﬁlling some other unidentiﬁed purpose. In 1998, the Tel Aviv University expedition to Megiddo uncovered another ‘‘stable’’ at the site and settled the debate by identifying numerous features that circumstantially point to stables as being the correct identiﬁcation. Unfortunately it is by no means clear that these stables were built by Solomon. They could have been built by Omri, Ahab, Jeroboam II, or any one of a 37 The interwar period: square holes in round tells During their excavations, the Chicago excavators built a small railroad around the top of the mound, whose sole purpose was to carry away the tons of soil being removed by the workmen.