Title: Ashkelon 2 Imported Pottery of the Roman and...
Publisher: Harvard Semitic Museum / Eisenbrauns
Book Condition: New
The seaport of Ashkelon flourished under Roman and Byzantine rulers. Its far-flung maritime connections are reflected in the imported pottery found by the Leon Levy Expedition to Ashkelon. Dr. Barbara L. Johnson brings a wealth of expertise and many years of experience to her study of this material, presenting and identifying a diverse array of vessels that illuminate the trading networks that knitted together the Mediterranean world. Bookseller Inventory # JOH2ASHKE
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