An early bronze age fertilized agricultural plot discovered near Tel Yarmouth, Ramat Bet Shemesh, Israel

Yitzhak Paz, Oren Ackermann, Yoav Avni, Meni Ben-Hur, Michal Birkenfeld, Dafna Langgut, Ahuva Sivan Mizrahi, Ehud Weiss, Naomi Porat

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)226-234
Number of pages9
JournalJournal of Archaeological Science: Reports
StatePublished - Oct 2017

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The authors wish to thank the following: Y. Paz thanks his IAA colleagues S. Gendler, who took part in discovering site 203a; A. Melman, N. Ben Ari, O. Shalev, for their help in trenching the site; Y. Meitlis and A. Demetriev, for co-directing the excavation; M. Kahn for RTK survey, J. Seligman, G. Avni and U. Dahari for their support for this research; P. Betzer and D. Ben-Ami for supporting the excavation; and M. Habr, the excavator of various rock-cut installations in the immediate vicinity of the site. Special gratitude to B. Gross from Tel Aviv University for pollen sampling; Prof. N. Miller from Pennsylvania University, for her generous advice; and J. Rosenberg for drawing the maps. O. Ackermann thanks the Koschitzky Family Foundation of Bar-Ilan University for funding support. D. Langgut acknowledges the support of the Israel Science Foundation grant no. 2141/15 . Thanks also to the two anonymous referees for the comments that helped to improve an earlier version of the article.

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