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Protecting and rehabilitating the archaeology of Bethlehem

  • Lorenzo Nigro (a1), Daria Montanari (a1), Mohammed Ghayyada (a2) and Jehad Yasine (a2)
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Rescue excavations in Bethlehem undertaken by the Sapienza University of Rome and the Palestinian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities—Department of Archaeology and Cultural Heritage—have revealed four Bronze Age necropolises. These newly discovered sites illuminate the development of pre-Classical Bethlehem.

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Nigro, L. 2015. Bethlehem in the Bronze and Iron Age. A summary in the light of recent discoveries by the Palestinian MOTA-DACH. Vicino Oriente XIX: 115.
Nigro, L., Montanari, D., Ghayyada, M. & Yasine, J.. 2015. Khalet al-Jam’a. A Middle Bronze and Iron Age necropolis near Bethlehem (Palestine). Vicino Oriente XIX: 185218.
Nigro, L., Montanari, D., Ghayyada, M. & Yasine, J. 2017a. The el-Atan tomb: an Early Bronze IVB female burial in the heart of Bethlehem. Vicino Oriente XXI: 225256.
Nigro, L., Montanari, D., Guari, A., Tamburrini, M., Izzo, P., Ghayyada, M., Titi, I. & Yasine, J. . 2017b. New archaeological features in Bethlehem (Palestine): the Italian-Palestinian rescue season of 2016. Vicino Oriente XXI: 557.
Prag, K. 2000. Bethlehem: a site assessment. Palestine Exploration Quarterly 132: 169181. https://doi.org/10.1179/peq.2000.132.2.169
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Antiquity
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  • EISSN: 1745-1744
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