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The Long Life of a Dead King: A Bronze Statue from Hazor in Its Ancient Near Eastern Context
The Sanctuary at Mizpe Yammim: Phoenician Cult and Territory in the Upper Galilee during the Persian Period
Andrea M. Berlin and Rafael Frankel
Review: Evolution of Lithic Economies in the Levantine Neolithic: Development and Demise of Naviform Core Technology as Seen from ʿAin Ghazal, ʿAin Ghazal Excavation Reports, Volume 2. Berlin: ex oriente, 2010. xiv + 184
pp., 7 figures, 51 plates, 10 tables. Cloth. €72.00. by Leslie A.
Review by: Donald O. Henry
Review: Nuzi Texts and Their Uses as Historical Evidence, Writings from the Ancient World, Number 18. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2010.
xxvi + 296 pp. Paper. $34.95. by Maynard Paul Maidman
Review by: Eva von Dassow
Review: Nomads, Tribes, and the State in the Ancient Near East: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives, edited by Jeffrey Szuchman. Oriental Institute Seminars, Number 5. Chicago: Oriental Institute of the
University of Chicago, 2009. xvi + 288 pp., 70 figures, 7 tables. Paper.
$24.95. [Distributed in North America by The David Brown Book Company]
Review by: Alison Betts
[n.b. The full text of the reviewed volume is online at the Oriental Institute]
Review: Art and Society in Cyprus from the Bronze Age into the Iron Age, New
York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. xviii + 397 pp., 100 figures, 4
tables. Cloth. $90.00. by Joanna S. Smith
Review by: Kevin D. Fisher
Review: Ancient Cyprus in the British Museum: Essays in Honour of Veronica Tatton-Brown, edited by Thomas Kiely. British Museum Research Publication Number 180. London: The British Museum, 2009. viii + 100
pp., 42 figures, 50 plates, 1 table. Paper. $50.00. [Distributed in
North America by The David Brown Book Company]
Review by: Derek B. Counts
Review: Wadi Araba in Classical and Late Antiquity: An Historical Geography, BAR International Series 2173. Oxford: Archaeopress, 2010. x + 141 pp., 102
figures. Paper. £34.00. [Distributed in North America by The David
Brown Book Company] by Andrew M. Smith II
Review by: Burton MacDonald