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Volume 6, Hellenistic to Umayyad Period (Strata 8–3)

                       Ceramic, Glass and Metal Finds

Frauke Kenkel and Stefanie Hoss

Editors: Dieter Vieweger and Jutta Häser

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Lists, Abbreviations
Preface, Acknowledgements, Introduction

1. THE HELLENISTIC, ROMAN AND BYZANTINE POTTERY
by Frauke Kenkel
1.1. Introduction
1.2. Imports
1.2.1. Hellenistic Imports
1.2.2. Roman Imports
1.2.3. Byzantine Imports
1.3. Table Wares.
1.3.1. Plates
1.3.2. Small Bowls
1.3.3. Pouring and Drinking Vessels
1.4. Cooking Vessels
1.4.1. Baking Plates
1.4.2. Pans
1.4.3. Casseroles
1.4.4. So-called ‘Galilean Bowls’
1.4.5. Cooking Pots
1.4.6. Cooking Jars
1.4.7. Lids
1.5. Everyday Vessels
1.5.1. Bowls
1.5.2. Kraters
1.5.3. Mortaria
1.5.4. Basins
1.5.5. Jars/Jugs
1.5.6. Strainers
1.5.7. Stands
1.5.8. Amphorae
1.5.9. Pithoi
1.5.10. Lids
1.6. Vessels for Personal Use
1.6.1. Amphoriskoi
1.6.2. Unguentaria
1.6.3. Onehandled Juglets for Perfume and Oil
1.6.4. Small Ointment Pots
1.7. Oil Lamps
1.7.1. Hellenistic Wheel-Made Oil Lamps
1.7.2. Hellenistic Mould-made Oil Lamps
1.7.3. Roman Wheel-Made Oil Lamps
1.7.4. Roman Mould-Made Oil Lamps
1.7.5. Byzantine Oil Lamps
1.8. Hellenistic and Roman Terracottas
1.8.1. Seated Female Draped Figurines (‘Mourning Isis’?)
1.8.2. Standing Human Figurines
1.8.3. Animals
1.8.4. Altars
1.8.5. Unkown Fragments
1.9. Conclusions
1.10. Bibliography

2. THE HELLENISTIC TO UMMAYYAD GLASS FINDS
by Stefanie Hoss
2.1. Introduction
2.1.1. Scope of the Study
2.1.2. Glass Research in the Near East
2.1.3. Research Questions
2.1.4. Methodology
2.2. Typology
2.2.1. Mould-made Slumped Glass
2.2.2. Free-blown Glass
2.2.3. Other
2.3. Analysis
2.3.1. Hellenistic Period (332–63 BC)
2.3.2. Early Roman Period (63 BC–50 AD)
2.3.3. Mid-Roman Period (50–150 AD)
2.3.4. Late Roman Period (150–324 AD)
2.3.5. Byzantine Period (324–636 AD)
2.3.6. Early Islamic/Umayyad Period (636–749 AD)
2.4. Summary and General Conclusions
2.5. Catalogue
2.5.1. Mould-made Slumped Glass
2.5.2. Free-blown Glass
2.5.3. Other
2.6. Concordance Lists
2.7. Bibliography

3. THE HELLENISTIC TO ISLAMIC METAL FINDS
by Stefanie Hoss
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Analysis
3.2.1. Group 1. Personal Accessories
3.2.2. Group 2. House and Furniture
3.2.3. Group 3. Military
3.2.4. Group 4. Trade and Industry
3.2.5. Group 5. Miscellaneous
3.3. Summary and Conclusions
3.4. Catalogue
3.5. Concordance List
3.6. Bibliography


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