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Proto-Aeolic capital and Israelite ashlar masonry

Yigal Shiloh

Proto-Aeolic capital and Israelite ashlar masonry

by Yigal Shiloh

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Published by Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Orders to Israel Exploration Society in [Jerusalem] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Palestine,
  • Palestine.
    • Subjects:
    • Capitals (Architecture) -- Palestine.,
    • Building stones -- Palestine.,
    • Palestine -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. ix-x.

      StatementYigal Shiloh.
      SeriesQedem ;, 11, Publications of the Institute of Archaeology, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS111.9 .S54 1979
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 95 p., 36 p. of plates :
      Number of Pages95
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3062476M
      LC Control Number82158584

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      Shiloh Y. Shiloh, The Proto-Aeolic Capital and Isrealite Ashlar Masonry, (=QEDEM 11), Jerusalem Winter N. Winter, Greek Architectural Terracottas from the . The chambers in Phrygian tumuli are typically made of wood, however, not stone, and the fine ashlar masonry found in the Lydian fortification is absent from the city gate at Gordion; for the use of ashlar masonry in a comparable defensive structure, the best contemporary or earlier parallels lie much further east; in Assyria, for example Author: Philippe Ratte.

      (34) Pour une étude récente de ce type de chapiteaux chypriotes, voir Y. Shiloh, The Proto-Aeolic Capital and Israelite Ashlar Masonry, Jerusalem, , , avec liste des pièces connues (naturellement partielle pour Idaiion) ; ceux qui ont été découverts dans les fouilles d'Ohnefalsch-Richter appartiennent au "type complexe" dont l Cited by: 2. Yigal Shiloh, “The Proto-Aeolic Capitals and Israelite Ashlar Masonry,” Qedem 6. Eilat Mazar, “The Temple Mount Excavations in Jerusalem – directed by Benjamin Mazar, Final Report, volume II: The Byzantine and Early Islamic Periods,” Qedem


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OCLC Number: Description: x, 95 pages, 36 pages of plates: illustrations ; 28 cm. Contents: Corpus of proto-Aeolic capitals in Palestine --Proto-Aeolic capitals in Palestine --Synthesis --The proto-Aeolic capital in Palestine and in neighboring ative study, origins and influences --Ashlar masonry in the Iron age --The components of Ashlar masonry --Stone masonry in.

The Proto-Aeolic capital and Israelite ashlar masonry. Yigal Shiloh. Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, - Architecture, Aeolic - 95 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside Proto-Aeolic capital and Israelite ashlar masonry book book. The Proto-Aeolic capital and Israelite ashlar masonry.

The Aeolic order or Aeolian order was an early order of Classical has a strong similarity to the better known Ionic order, but differs in the capital, where a palmette rises between the two outer volutes, rather than them being linked horizontally by a form at the top of the examples also show simplified details compared to the Ionic.

The Israelite/Proto-Aeolic Capital. Mazar discusses an important find from the Ophel Excavation, The Royal Israelite, or Proto-Aeolic Capital. 7 Comments. Would appreciate knowing the spelling of the author and title of the book that Dr Mazar shows us. On the capital on the bottom of the page, there is a circle above that capital.

If our suggestion is correct, Gezer becomes the seventh site to yield Proto-Aeolic capitals. This fragment should be considered together with the other typical Israelite architectural elements at the site: the plan of the gates, ashlar masonry, the bonding technique of ashlar with field stones and the masons' marks Disability in the Hebrew Bible Interpreting Mental and Physical Differences.

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Ashlar masonry, with which the proto-Aeolic capitals were closely associated, is analyzed in all its aspects and compared to the stone masonry of neighboring cultures. The presentation concludes with a discussion of the question of Phoenician influence on Israelite masonry.

Vol. 85, No. 1, Jan., Published by: Archaeological Institute of America. The Proto-Aeolic Capital and Israelite Ashlar Masonry by Yigal Shiloh. The Proto-Aeolic Capital and Israelite Ashlar Masonry by Yigal Shiloh (pp.

The Institute publishes the Qedem Series (edited by Sue Grodetsky until and by Nava Panitz-Cohen from ).

These monographs are the main venue of publication for reports on the Institute’s excavations and their finds. The volumes are is published in English and appears in two formats: Qedem and Qedem Reports. Some have concluded from this that they were originally built in Building Phase I and adapted for reuse with a different ceiling in Phase II; see Yigal Shiloh, The Proto-Aeolic Capital and Israelite Ashlar Masonry, Qedem 11 (Jerusalem: Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, ), 10, 21 and, more recently, Lipschits et al.

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Ben-Tor, The Proto-Aeolic Capital and Israelite Ashlar Masonry (pp. 96–97) By Yigal Shiloh Reviewed by Philip Betancourt.

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99) By Ernst Berger and Reinhard Lullies. Decorative Drafted-margin Masonry in Jerusalem and Hebron and its Relations Article in Levant 32(1) January with 46 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Yigal Shiloh, “The Proto-Aeolic Capitals and Israelite Ashlar Masonry,” Qedem 6.

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