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  • aren
    Sam, Hi! It must be Hazor VI - since Hazor V was published in 1997... Aren Maeir
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 8, 2012
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      Sam,
      Hi! It must be Hazor VI - since Hazor V was published in 1997...

      Aren Maeir

      --- In ANE-2@yahoogroups.com, "Sam WOLFF" <sam@...> wrote:
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      > Hot off the press:
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      > Hazor V: The 1990-2009 Excavations: The Iron Age by A. Ben-Tor, D. Ben-Ami and D. Sandhaus
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      > The Walls of the Temple Mount by Eilat Mazar
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      > Jewish Quarter Excavations in the Old City of Jerusalem conducted by Nahman Avigad, 1969-1982 Volume V: The Cardo (Area X) and the Nea Church (Areas D and T) by Oren Gutfeld.
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      > The Ramat Bet Shemesh Regional Project: Landscapes of Settlement: From the Paleolithic to the Ottoman Periods. IAA Reports 47, by Yehuda Dagan.
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      > Bet She'an II: Baysan: The Theater Pottery Workshop. IAA Reports 48, by Rachel Bar-Nathan and Walid Atrash.
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      > Congrats to all of the authors.
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      > Sam Wolff
      > Israel Antiquities Authority
      > Jerusalem
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    • Douglas Petrovich
      Aren, Yes, it IS called Hazor VI. And we’ve long been waiting for it to come out. “It must be Hazor VI - since Hazor V was published in 1997.” Yours,
      Message 2 of 3 , Mar 8, 2012
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        Aren,

        Yes, it IS called Hazor VI. And we’ve long been waiting for it to come out.

        “It must be Hazor VI - since Hazor V was published in 1997.”

        Yours,

        Doug Petrovich
        Toronto

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