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The City of David. Discoveries from the Excavations

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Editor

Roberta B. Maltese.

Curator

Gila Hurvitz.

Imprint

Collegeville, Pa., USA, 1991. 37 pp., illustrations: 29 b&w, 24 × 21.5 cm. English.

ISBN

0962402117

Location

Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College (8 March–30 June 1991)

Description

A traveling exhibition of archaeological finds from the City of David. Five essays on the site and its excavations: “The City of David: Discoveries from the Excavations” (Gila Hurvitz), “Jerusalem as a Sacred Center” (Robert L. Cohn), “A Heritage, A History: The City of David Exhibition” (Hershel Shanks), “Excavating the First Biblical Royal City 1978–1985: A Chronicle” (Roberta B. Maltese), and “The House of the Bullae” (Roberta B. Maltese). Unnumbered exhibition checklist. No descriptions. 257 items.

main keywords

ARCHAEOLOGICAL FINDSJERUSALEM

minor keywords

CircumcisionEretz IsraelSeals/Stamps, ancient

Other venues

Lehigh University Art Galleries, Bethlehem, Pa., USA (6 September–17 October 1991); Harvard Semitic Museum, Cambridge, Mass., USA (31 October 1991–3 January 1992); Mississippi State University, Cobb Institute of Archaeology, Starkville, Miss., USA (22 January–30 May 1992); HUC-JIR Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, Calif., USA (January–March 1993)

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