Bone and metal straw-tip beer-strainers from the ancient near east

Aren M. Maeir, Yosef Garfinkel

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13 Scopus citations
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)218-223
Number of pages6
JournalLevant
Volume24
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1992
Externally publishedYes

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We also thank Edinburgh Genomics (Natural Environment Research Council [NERC], R8/H10/56; Medical Research Council [MRC], MR/K001744/1; Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council [BBSRC], BB/J004243/1) and Genetics Core, Edinburgh Clinical Research Facility, for their valued sequencing services. This research was made possible by core funding to the Wellcome Centre for Cell Biology (203149); a Wellcome 4-yr PhD in cell biology studentship (102336) to D.P.S.; a Wellcome senior research fellowship (103139) and Wellcome instrument grant (108504) to J.R.; a Wellcome senior research fellowship (202811) to A.A.J.; a Wellcome investigator award (103740) to K.R.M.; a Wellcome Trust Principal Research fellowship (095021 and 200885) to R.C.A.; and an MRC Research grant (MR/T04702X/1) to R.C.A. and K.R.M.

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We thank members of both the Allshire and Matthews laboratories for useful input and discussion. In particular, we thank Manu Shukla and Sito Torres-Garcia for advice on ChIP-seq, Alison Pidoux and Eleanor Silvester for advice on immunolocalization and microscopy, and Julie Young for supplying HMI-9 media. We also thank Mark Field for alerting us to BDF6 and BDF7; Stefan Bresson, who provided valuable input on the bioinformatic analysis; Samuel Dean, who sent us the pPOTv4 plasmid used for YFP tagging; and Esteban Serra for discussion on acetyltransferase nomenclature. We also thank Edinburgh Genomics (Natural Environment Research Council [NERC], R8/H10/56; Medical Research Council [MRC], MR/K001744/1; Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council [BBSRC], BB/J004243/1) and Genetics Core, Edinburgh Clinical Research Facility, for their valued sequencing services. This research was made possible by core funding to the Wellcome Centre for Cell Biology (203149); a Wellcome 4-yr PhD in cell biology studentship (102336) to D.P.S.; a Wellcome senior research fellowship (103139) and Wellcome instrument grant (108504) to J.R.; a Wellcome senior research fellowship (202811) to A.A.J.; a Wellcome investigator award (103740) to K.R.M.; a Wellcome Trust Principal Research fellowship (095021 and 200885) to R.C.A.; and an MRC Research grant (MR/T04702X/1) to R.C.A. and K.R.M.

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We would like to thank the following: B. Bayer, P. Bienkowski, L. K. Horwitz, T. Ornan and an anonymous reviewer for discussing various aspects of this subject, A. Kempinski for discussing the object from Kabri before its publication, H. Smithlyne for permission to publish and for photographing the object from Sasa, and M. Sarig, So. Halbreich and R. Bonfil for executing the drawings. The Gesher project was sponsored by the Israel National Council for Research and Development and the Dorot Foundation.

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Dorot Foundation
Israel National Council for Research and Development

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