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68 Open Access Papers from New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region

New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region
Editors: David Amit, Guy D. Stiebel, Orit Peleg-Barkat 
CONTENTS
6 Editorial Introduction (Hebrew)
David Amit, Guy D. Stiebel, Orit Peleg-Barkat 
8 Archaeology and Conservation in Jerusalem Region – 2008-2009 (Hebrew)
 Jon Seligman
AT THE FOOT OF THE TEMPLE MOUNT
19 The Relations Between the Eastern Cardo of Jerusalem and the 10th Roman Legion, in Light of the Western Wall Plaza Excavations (Hebrew)
Shlomit Weksler-Bdolah
28 A Peristyle Building from the Roman Period in the City of David (Hebrew)
Doron Ben Ami and Yana Tchekhanovets
37 Johns’ Excavation of the Paved Road up the Tyropeon Valley in Jerusalem (Hebrew) 
Ronny Reich and Eli Shukron
THE TOMB OF DAVID ON MOUNT ZION
49 “The Place Where the Lord’s Ark of the Covenant Used to be Until the House was Built”: A History of Local Tradition (Hebrew)
Elchanan Reiner
57 The Conservation and restoration Project of the Tomb of David’s Compound: Processes, Planning and finds (Hebrew)
Shahar Puni
67 In the Outskirts of the Magical Forest- The Painted Tiles of King David’s Tomb (Hebrew)
Nirit Shalev-Khalifa
74 The Tomb of David: 1948-1967 (Hebrew)
Doron Bar
RECENT EXCAVATIONS AND IN THE JERUSALEM
81 Settlements from the Intermediate and Middle Bronze Ages at Ras El-Amud (Hebrew)
Ron Be’eri and Irina Zilbebod
94 Water Supply to the Upper City Of Jerusalem During the First And Second Temple Periods in Light of the Mamilla Excavations (Hebrew)
David Amit
STUDIES AND DISCOVERIES
111         The Khirbet Qeiyafa Ostracon (Hebrew)                                                                                         Hagai Misgav, Yosef Garfinkel and Saar Ganor
124         The Khirbet Qeiyafa Inscription- Respond A (Hebrew)                                                                   Hagai Misgav, Yosef Garfinkel and Saar Ganor          
126         The Enigmatic Inscription from Khirbet Qeiyafa- Respond B (Hebrew)                                        Aaron Demsky
130         The Khirbet Qeiyafa Inscription- Respond C (Hebrew)                                                                  Shmuel Ah’ituv
133         Rural Monasticism at the Foothills of Southern Samaria and Judaea in the Byzantine Period (Hebrew)                                                                                                                                                                                                Itamar Taxel
140         The Church at Khûrbat Deiry (Nes Harim) and its Surrounding (Hebrew)                                       Daniel Ein-Mor
5*            The Northwestern Corner of Jerusalem’s Old City Wall Medieval Archaeology                                                 and  Modern History                                                                                                                                Gerald Finkielsztejn, Annette Nagar, Ya’akov Billig 
10*          Monasteries in Jerusalem Area in Light of the Literary Sources                                                      Lea Di Segni
Collected Papers Volume IV, 2010
Editors: David Amit, Orit Peleg-Barkat and Guy D. Stiebel
CONTENTS
5 Editorial Introduction (Hebrew) David Amit, Guy D. Stiebel, Orit Peleg-Barkat and Doron Ben-Ami
10 Archaeology and Conservation in Jerusalem Region – 2009-2010 (Hebrew) David Amit and Jon Seligman
22 The Involvement of the Israel Antiquities Authority in the Master Plan of Jerusalem’s Old City (Hebrew) Ram Shoef
NEW STUDIES IN THE PREHISTORY OF THE JERUSALEM REGION

31 Prehistoric Artifacts from Emeq Rephaim (Area C) (Hebrew) Omry Barzilai, Nuha Aga and Onn Crouvi
40 Marked in Stone” –
A Pre-Pottery Neolithic A Quarry Site at Kaizer Hill, Modi’in (Hebrew)
Leore Grosman and Naama Goren-Inbar
*7 Pre-Ghassulian and Ghassulian in Jerusalem and its Vicinity Ianir Milevski, Anna Eirikh-Rose, Uzi A͑ d, Omry Barzilai, Zvi Greenhut and Ofer Marder
*24 Beqo’a – A New Proto-Historic Site in the Judean Foothils Amir Golani
EXCAVATIONS AND STUDIES INTRAMURAL AND EXTRAMURAL
53 The Ceramic Assemblage from the Rock Cut Pool beside the Giḥon Spring (Hebrew)
Alon De Groot and Atalya Fadida
61 Ophel Excavations 2009-2010 (Hebrew)
Eilat Mazar
67 The Extent of Jerusalem during the Iran Age IIA (Hebrew)
Doron Ben-Ami and Yana Tchekhanovets
74 The “Burnt House” in Light of the Publication of the Final Report (Hebrew)
Hillel Geva
*32 New Excavations on Mount Zion in Jerusalem and an Inscribed Stone Cup/Mug from the Second Temple Period Shimon Gibson
*44 The Mount Zion Inscribed Stone Cup: Preliminary Observations Stephen Pfann
84 Wilson’s Arch in Light of Recent Excavations and Past Studies (Hebrew) Alexander Onn and Shlomit Weksler-Bdolah
101 New Discoveries Interior to the Jaffa Gate (Hebrew) Ofer Sion and Shahar Puni
119 Excavations in the Crown Plaza Hotel (Binyanei Ha’uma) (Hebrew) Danit Levi and Ron Beeri
130 Inscribed and Stamped Ring Stands from the Pottery Workshop at Binyanei Ha’uma (Hebrew) David Amit
141 A Crusader Wall Painting from the Abbey of the Virgin Mary in the Valley of Jehoshaphat, Jerusalem (Hebrew) Jon Seligman
EXCAVATIONS AND STUDIES IN THE JUDAEAN FOOT HILLS
161 By the Way – Khirbet Qeiyafa in the Classical and Late Periods (Hebrew)
Guy D. Stiebel
170 Horvat Beit Loya – A Jewish Village from the Late Second Temple Period in the Judaean Foothills (Hebrew)
Oren Gutfeld and Ya’akov Kalman
180 Horvat el-Kikh – A Jewish Settlement from the Second Temple Period at
Ramat Bet Shemesh (Hebrew)
Elena Kogan-Zehavi
186 De profundis – Georgian Anchorets in Horvat Burgin (Hebrew) Yana Tchekhanovets
Collected Papers Volume V, 2011
Editors: David Amit, Guy D. Stiebel and Orit Peleg-Barkat
CONTENTS
7 Editorial Introduction (Hebrew) David Amit, Guy D. Stiebel and Orit Peleg-Barkat
9 Excavations in the Jerusalem Region, 2010-2011 (Hebrew) David Amit
THE TEMPLE MOUNT – NEW STUDIES
17 Four Stages of Development of the Temple Mount (Hebrew) Joseph Patrich and Marcus Edelcopp
38 The Royal Stoa of the Herodian Temple Mount: A Proposed Reconstruction (Hebrew) Orit Peleg-Barkat
52 Two Fatimid Inscriptions from the el-Aqsa Mosque: A New Reading (Hebrew) Omar Abed Rabbo
CULT IN JERUSALEM
67 A Cultic Structure of the Middle Bronze IIB-C Period in Nahal Refa’aim (Walajeh) (Hebrew) Daniel Ein Mor
78 An Assemblage of Rooms and Rock-cut Installations of the Iron II Period from the City of David (Hebrew) Yana Tchekhanovets
96 Miniature Icons box from the Giv’ati Parking lot excavations (Hebrew) Omar Abed Rabbo
104 The Nea Church of St. Mary Theotokos: An Architectural Discussion (Hebrew) Oren Gutfeld
JERUSALEM IN THE MUSLIM PERIOD
121 A Reconsideration of Settlement Around Jerusalem at the End of the Byzantine Period and in the Early Muslim Period (Hebrew) Zubair ‘Adawi
142 The “Southern Hammam” and Khan Tankaz – Which was First? (Hebrew) Harve H. Barbé and Taufik Deadle
158 New Discoveries in Madrasat el-Baladiyeh near the Gate of the Chain (Hebrew) Yuval Baruch, Shachar Poni and Neria Sapir
The Coins of Jerusalem and its Environs
169 The Earliest Coin of Judea (Hebrew) Haim Gitler
179 Power and Rule – Jerusalem Coins of Alexander Jannaeus (Hebrew) Guy D. Stiebel
*7 A First Century CE Mint South of Jerusalem? Archaeological Context  Fanny Vitto
*16 A First Century CE Mint South of Jerusalem? Numismatic Evidence Donald T. Ariel
NEW STUDIES OF JERUSALEM AND ITS REGION
*24 Excavations of Saint John Prodomos, Jerusalem Jean-Baptist Humbert
185 A Monument (Nympheon?) and Other Remains from the Second Temple Period West of the Temple MountThe Excavations of the Giant Causeway 2010-2011 (Hebrew) Alexander Onn and Shlomit Weksler-Bdolah
200 Excavations at Horvat Midras in the Judaean Shephelah 2010-2011: Preliminary Report (Hebrew) mir Ganor, Alon Klein, Rina Avner and Boaz Zissu
Collected Papers Volume VI, 2012
Editors: David Amit, Guy D. Stiebel, Orit Peleg-Barkat and Doron Ben-Ami
CONTENTS
7 Editorial Introduction (Hebrew) David Amit, Guy D. Stiebel, Orit Peleg-Barkat and Doron Ben-Ami
9 Excavations in Jerusalem and its Region, 2011−2012 (Hebrew) Doron Ben-Ami
25 Preservation and Development Works Conducted during 2012 in the City of David, the Ophel and along the Tyropoeon Valley (Hebrew) Shahar Puni
JERUSALEM AND THE JUDAEAN FOOTHILLS: THE EARLY PERIOD

35 A Settlement and a Cemetery from the Intermediate Bronze Age in Ramat Bet Shemesh (Hebrew)
Yitzhak Paz
7* A Settlement from the Intermediate Bronze Age – Middle Bronze II in Newe Shalom
Dan Benjamin Storchan
50 Cult in Khirbet Qeiyafa from the Iron Age IIa – Cult Rooms and Shrine Models (Hebrew)
Yosef Garfinkel and Saar Ganor
66 Remarks on the Archaeology of Jerusalem in the Persian Period (Hebrew) Hillel Geva
NEW STUDIES IN EPIGRAPHY AND GLYPTICS
83 Assur in Jerusalem – New Glyptic Evidence of the Assyrian Influence on Jerusalem (Hebrew)
Ariel Winderbaum
105 The Seal Found near the Western Wall – A Suggestion for Its Meaning and Use (Hebrew)
Shlomo Naeh
110 A Graffito Bearing the Name of Trajan in a Cave at Kh. ʾArâk Hâla North of Bet Guvrin (Hebrew)
Boaz Zissu, Boaz Langford, Avner Ecker and Esther Eshel
JERUSALEM AFTER THE ISLAMIC CONQUEST: NEW DISCOVERIES
125 Manufacture of Bone Items from the Early Islamic Period in Givati Parking Lot Excavations (Hebrew)
Ariel Shatil
136 New Discoveries in the Via Dolorosa – Excavations and a Survey in the Austrian Hospice and at the Vicinity of the “Ecce Homo” Arch (Hebrew)
Shua Kisilevitz and Roie Greenwald
149 The Market Street of Crusader Jerusalem in Light of a Recent Archaeological Excavation (Hebrew)
Yechiel Zelinger and Michael Ehrlich
161 Antique Maps of Jerusalem as Sources for its History: Methodological Lessons (Hebrew)
Rehav (Buni) Rubin
NEW FINDS AT HERODIUM
181 New Findings at Herodium by the Ehud Netzer’s Expedition (Hebrew) Yakov Kalman, Rachel Chachy, Oren Gutfeld and Roi Porat
194 Herod’s Workers: The Graffiti Evidence from the Area of the Theaterat Herodium – The Greek and Latin Inscriptions (Hebrew)
Avner Ecker
199 Herod’s Workers: The Graffiti Evidence from the Area of the Theater at Herodium – The Aramaic Inscription (Hebrew)
Esther Eshel
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