The Woman in the Pith Helmet

A Tribute to Archaeologist Norma Franklin

Jennie Ebeling (Redaktør) ; Philippe Guillaume (Redaktør)

This volume celebrates the career of Norma Franklin, an archaeologist who has made important contributions to our understanding of the three key cities of Samaria, Megiddo and Jezreel in the Northern Kingdom of Israel during the Iron Age. Les mer
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This volume celebrates the career of Norma Franklin, an archaeologist who has made important contributions to our understanding of the three key cities of Samaria, Megiddo and Jezreel in the Northern Kingdom of Israel during the Iron Age. The sixteen essays offered by Franklin's colleagues in archaeology and biblical studies are a fitting tribute to the woman in the pith helmet: an indomitable field archaeologist who describes herself as "happiest with complex stratigraphy" and as being dedicated to "killing sacred cows".

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Excavating Jezreel (Poem) Martha Hellander



Introduction: Norma Franklin, Renaissance Woman with a Pith Helmet Sheila Bishop, Deborah Cantrell, Jennie Ebeling, and Ann Stehney



Part One: Jezreel, Zer'in, And Yizael



Women, Water, and Walkways: Preliminary Findings from the Jezreel Expedition in Light of Biblical and Archaeo-Ethnographic Evidence Deborah Appler, Julye Bidmead, and Marilyn Love



In the Land and in the Dirt: The Value of Field-School Experience for Divinity School Students Tony W. Cartledge



The Secret Life of the Archaeological Field School: The Jezreel Expedition as a Case Study Ian Cipin



Gone to the Dogs: Zer'in through Western Eyes Jennie Ebeling



Naboth and Moshele: Reading a Biblical Story in Light of the Construction of the Memory of a Modern Martyr Philippe Guillaume and Menachem Rogel



Part Two: The Jezreel Valley



The Rural Hinterland of the Jezreel Valley in the Late Bronze Age III and Iron Age I: A Petrographic Perspective Eran Arie, Karen Covello-Paran, and Anastasia Shapiro



Gottlieb Schumacher, First Excavator of Armageddon Eric H. Cline



The "Ta'anakh Winepress" Revisited: Further Evidence of the Middle Bronze Age Wine Industry in the Jezreel Valley Karen Covello-Paran, Nimrod Getzov, and Yotam Tepper



Traditionalism and Transformations in Canaanite Cultic Architecture: A View from Middle Bronze Age Megiddo Matthew Susnow



Part Three: Beyond the Valley



Women Regulate Their Fertility: Proactive and Reactive Aspects Athalya Brenner-Idan



Qumran in the Iron Age, with Cross-Temporal Reflections on the Hasmonean and Early Roman Periods Joan E. Taylor and Shimon Gibson



From Maker's Mark to Mason's Mark: Cypriot Mason's Marks in Their Aegean and Levantine Contexts Louise Hitchcock



A Fourth-Century BCE Chian Stamped Amphora Toe from Tel Akko, Israel Ann E. Killebrew, Gerald Finkielsztejn, Yiftah Shalev, Jane C. Skinner, and Vassiliki E. Stefanaki



Of Shekels and Shackles: A Wadi Sorek Romance ( Judges 16) Jack M. Sasson



The Case of the Enigmatic "Cypro-Phoenician" Juglets in Moab Margreet L. Steiner



Fame and Fortune: Iron Age II Arabian Trade in Scholarly Image and in Reality Yifat Thareani



Contributors

Subject Index

Ancient Sources Index

Om forfatteren

Jennie Ebeling is an associate professor of archaeology at the University of Evansville in Indiana; she co-directed the Jezreel Expedition with Norma Franklin.





Philippe Guillaume joined the Jezreel Expedition after a decade of digging at Megiddo with Norma Franklin.