Archaeological Chemistry II by Carter G.F. (ed.)

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As one would expect froln its two respected authors, the work is accurate -and judiciouspacked with information and good for reference. , Atlas of the Biblical World. , 1971. 95. A fine atlas written from the different stance of exploring the geographical environment of the broader Near East. The authors attempt to provide what they see as unavailable in most previous atlases; there is less history here and more topography, more geology, more attention to agriculture and climate. The maps are excellent and some fifty black-and-white photographs together with sixteen color plates enhance the volume.

If you are a regular reader of the BA, you should consider becoming an associate member of the American Schools of Oriental Research. " The Bulletin is published quarterly like the BA and carries important scholarly articles about the ancient Near East. The "Newsletter" appears several times a year and has news of archaeological discoveries, ASOR-supported research throughout the Near East, and items of general interest. One recent issue even gave information about the cheapest ways to travel to the Near East!

If you are a regular reader of the BA, you should consider becoming an associate member of the American Schools of Oriental Research. " The Bulletin is published quarterly like the BA and carries important scholarly articles about the ancient Near East. The "Newsletter" appears several times a year and has news of archaeological discoveries, ASOR-supported research throughout the Near East, and items of general interest. One recent issue even gave information about the cheapest ways to travel to the Near East!

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