Belmont Castle: the excavation of a crusader stronghold in the kingdom of Jerusalem

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Oxford University Press, 2000 - 261 עמודים
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This is the final publication of excavations conducted by the British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem on the Crusader castle of Belmont (Suba) between 1986 and 1989. The account of the excavation is accompanied by specialist reports and concludes with a discussion of the castle's architecture, its military functions, and its economic role.

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Preface
11
The Archaeological Setting and the Surrounding Landscape
21
The Excavation Strategy by Robert Will and Denys Pringle
33
The Structural Development of the Site by Robert Will based on a
43
by excavation
48
trenches 301 302 310
71
The Coins and Tokens by Michael Metcalf
81
The Unglazed Pottery by Anthony Grey
87
The Metalwork by Anthony Grey
131
Miscellaneous Objects of Stone Bone and Terracotta
139
The Clay Pipes by St John Simpson
147
The Faunal Remains by Paul Croft
173
length of fused first phalanges plotted against smallest breadth
178
Summary and Discussion by Denys Pringle
195
Concordance of Contexts Phases and Finds
221
Selected Metrical Data for Belmont Animal Bones
233

The Glazed Pottery by Kathryn Knowles
101
The Ceramic Lamps by Anthony Grey
117
Two Seal Impressions of the Persian Period by Alan Millard
125
Bibliography
251
Index
259
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מידע על המחבר (2000)

Denys Pringle is a Professor in the Cardiff School of History and Archaeology, Cardiff University.

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