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Gezer I, II & IV (3 volumes)

Dever, W. G. (editor)

Published by Hebrew Union College / Nelson Glueck School of Biblical Archaeology, Jerusalem, 1986

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Volumes I, II & IV of the now sven published volumes, containing the findings of archaeological excavations at the great mound of Tell Gezer by the HUCBASJ (Hebrew Union College Biblical and Archaeological School, Jerusalem).Vol. I: Dever, William G.; H. Darrell Lance; G. Ernest Wright. Gezer I: Preliminary Report of the 1964-66 Seasons. Jerusalem (1970). Annual of the Hebrew Union College Biblical and Archaeological School in Jerusalem. viii,113, [50 pages of plates] & 13 b/w fold out plans resting in pocket at front of book. With a contribution by Aaron Shaffer. Vol. II: Dever, William G.; H. Darrell Lance; Reuben C. Bullard; Dan P. Cole; Joe D. Seger. Gezer II: Report of the 1967-70 Seasons in Fields I and II. Jerusalem (1974). Annual of the Hebrew Union College / Nelson Glueck School of Biblical Archaeology. ix, 135, [75 pages of plates) & 14 b/w fold out plans resting in pocket at front of book. With contributions by A. Eran, J. S. Holladay Jr., T. A. Holland, A. Wilkinson and R. B. Wright. ISBN: 0878203028. Volume IV:Two parts bound in two volumes. Part 1, Text: Dever, William G.; H. Darrell Lance. Gezer IV: The 1969-71 Seasons in Field VI, the "Acroplis." Jerusalem (1986). Annual of the Nelson Glueck School of Biblical Archaeology. x, 275pp. Contributions by Reuben G. Bullard, Dan P. Cole, Seymour Gitin, John S. Holladay Jr., Joe D. Seger, Anita M. Walker and Robert B. Wright. Appendices by Baruch Brandl, Michael J. Hughes, Steven A. Rosen and R. J. Smith. ISBN: 0878203044. Part 2, Plates, Plans (same authors, contributors and publisher). Gezer IV: The 1969-71 Seasons in Field VI, the "Acroplis." Jerusalem (1986). [4], 120pp. & 25 b/w fold-out plans resting in pocket at front of book. Same ISBN as part 1.4to. Bound in original brown cloth with gold lettering on cover and spine, illustrated with b/w reproductions of photographs, drawings and fold-out plans. Very minor shelf wear on parts of edges. Near fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 39934

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Title: Gezer I, II & IV (3 volumes)

Publisher: Hebrew Union College / Nelson Glueck School of Biblical Archaeology, Jerusalem

Publication Date: 1986

Binding: Hardcover

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