ASOR Heritage Fellow works at Bronze Age site in Lebanon

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By: Antonietta Catanzariti, Heritage Fellow

The 2011 excavation season at Kamid el-Loz, a site located in the central Beqa’a Valley of Lebanon, produced exciting and important results. It was only thanks to the Heritage Fellowship that I was able to participate in this campaign, conducted by the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität of Freiburg, and take part in these findings. This year, in fact, we excavated north of the Middle Bronze Age palace and discovered additional Late Bronze and Middle Bronze Age installations. Middle Bronze Age I ceramic vessels were recognized in the Administrative area and a burial pit was uncovered in the Residential quarter, adding to our knowledge on MBA funerary practices.

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2 Comments for : ASOR Heritage Fellow works at Bronze Age site in Lebanon
    • Hana
    • December 30, 2012

    Hi kcooney. I wrote an article about Kamid el-Loz archaeological site in Hebrew wikipedia. There are no free images of this site that I can use to add to the article. I thought maybe you can help and upload to Commons pictures that you took and I will be able to use them.

    If you do, please open a Category in Commons – Category:Kamid el-Loz and add the category to the pictures so I can find them and let me know that the pictures are in Commons. by the way the article about this site in english wikipedia is very poor, so maybe you can do something about it and I can use the information also in Hebrew wikipedia.

    Thanks

    Hana

      • jennfitz
      • January 2, 2013

      Hello Hana,

      Thank you for your comment. Any pictures of the site were taken by our fellowship recipient Antonietta Catanzariti and not by ASOR. Unfortunately, she was not able to share any photos of the excavation with us.

      Best,
      Jen

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