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Tell Beydar
The 2004/2 — 2009 Seasons of Excavations, the 2004/2 — 2009 Seasons of Architectural Restoration. A Preliminary Report

M. Lebeau, A. Suleiman (eds.)
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302 p., 308 b/w ill., 210 x 295 mm, 2012
ISBN: 978-2-503-53521-0
Languages: English
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The fourth volume on the Euro-Syrian excavations at Tell Beydar constitutes the progress report of the 2004 to 2009 seasons of excavations and the 2004 (autumn) - 2009 seasons of architectural restoration. The central acropolis is currently almost completely uncovered. revealing the Early Jezirah IIIb administrative centre of the ancient city of Nabada.

The excavation of Temple D was completed. South of  Temples B, C and D, a huge temple — Temple E — has been recognized. Close to it, a large open ceremonial court (‘Southern Square’) reminds similar urbanistic features at Tell Brak. Field B has been extended, providing more private houses and a large EJ IIIb building — B 1 — having some residential features. Field O, west and south-west of Temple B reveals an artisanal quarter, grouped around the main drainage of the city. A second EJ IIIb Palace — The Eastern Palace — is the main purpose of Field P and its plan seems to be similar to the one of the Acropolis Palace. 

Field C has been reopened and extended, providing substantial data about the Hellenistic (Parthian-Seleucid) levels of occupation and their stratigraphy.

The large programme of architectural restoration, launched in 2003, has been extended, concentrated on the Acropolis of the EJ IIIb city.

Interest Classification:
Classics, Ancient History, Oriental Studies
Ancient history & archaeology: Africa & Asia
Palestine & Near East
Mesopotamia & Iranian plateau (Middle East)

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