Tell el-Burak 1: The Middle Bronze Age
With Chapters Related to the Site and to the Mamluk-Ottoman Period
|editor(s): ||Kamlah, Jens / Sader, Helene|
|pages/dimensions: ||XIV, 618 pages, numerous ill., 40 tables, 35 folding maps in a slipcase|
|binding: ||Book (Hardback)|
|dimensions: ||21.00 × 29.70 cm|
|publishing date: ||31.07.2019|
|prices: ||98,00 Eur[D] / 100,80 Eur[A]|
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A unique monumental building dating to the early part of the Middle Bronze Age (ca. 1900–1700 BCE) was uncovered at the southern Lebanese coast by the joint Lebanese-German excavation project at Tell el-Burak. The impressive architecture of the building was exposed in eight excavation seasons during the years 2001–2011. Inside the largest room of the Monumental Building at Tell el-Burak the excavations brought to light the sensational discovery of Middle Bronze Age mural paintings in situ on lime plaster covering the inner faces of its completely preserved mud-brick walls.
This volume edited by Jens Kamlah and Hélène Sader consists of the final publications of all excavation results concerning the Middle Bronze Age at Tell el- Burak. It furthermore includes an introduction into the joint Lebanese-German excavation project, chapters related to the site and the final publication of the excavated remains of the Late Medieval Period.