By Edward F. Campbell Jr.
This quantity provides the stratigraphy and architectural continues to be of the inform of historical (biblical) Shechem at the japanese outskirts of the trendy municipality of Nablus, in what was once on the time of excavation the self sufficient village of Bal?tah. First pointed out as an historical spoil and proposed as historical Shechem in 1903, the location used to be excavated by way of an Austro-German staff within the interval among 1913 and 1934, and through the Drew- McCormick Archaeological day trip, later named the Joint excursion, among 1956 and 1973. Now, 87 years after Ernest Sellin started the dig, and 27 years after the day trip fastened by means of G. Ernest Wright left the sector, this quantity units out to offer that kind of portrayal to this mound of old towns that begun its heritage at the least 4000 years BCE and ended its premodern heritage in 107 BCE.
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Seger, Edward Tango (foreman, Tell Balâtah), Henry O. Thompson, Carol Toombs, Lawrence E. Toombs, Oliver M. Unwin, George C. Whipple, G. Ernest Wright, G. R. H. Wright 1968 Tananir: Frank Benz, Robert G. Boling, James Charlesworth, Eduardo D'Olivera, Lee C. Ellenberger, Margaret McKenna, Karin E. Rabkin, John Ribar, Edward Tango (foreman) 1969 Tell Balâtah: Frank Benz, Ibrahim elFanni (Department of Antiquities), Andrew Klein, John Landgraf, Janet MacLennan, Dean Moe, Karen E. Rabkin, Joe D. Seger 1972-73: William G.
Wall 968 was very slightly battered on the west and north, indicating that the fill was piled first and then retained by the wall. A spill of debris against the west face of the wall is represented by VI AA II:##15 and 16. Fig. 9 shows the batter on the north face and two smashed MB IIA storage jars fallen mouth down and base up (B62 pottery ##971-974), probably from the top of the platform. 50 m north of the northwest corner of 968 retained what is probably a similar elevated platform. Its fill (locus 624) was yellowish-white and chalky, mixed with reddish-brown clay, and the installation rode on the same damp brown earth bedding observed beneath 968.
Locus 9911A ( AA:#111 ) of roughly the same thickness blanketed 991 IB; it was pebbly with chunks of chalk and an absence of rubbish, but was heavy with pottery, of which 203 sherds, mostly MB IIA, were registered. This locus suggests abandonment and erosion. Covering locus 9911A was a thin layer of makeup for a new stratum, topped in a few places by a definable surface. Makeup and surface are designated 9910/9909 (AA:##110 & 109). These two merge with one another on the section and appear to have belonged to one process.