Ancient building in south Syria and Palestine (Der Alte by G. R. H Wright

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2 0 As opposed to this in the latter phases the requirements of a differentiated society were met by architectural solutions of rectangular form. The most salient form taken has not as yet been discovered elsewhere but it must exist. 5m. The massive cross wall piers have been seen as designed to support a first floor staging so that what remains are cellar apartments with a superstructure now disappeared over the lateral cells, the corridor being unroofed as a light well-in short sleeping above, work and storage below.

If the house form remained constant the development of the settled area was sensational-something like 10 acres (4 hectares) in place of N atufian Ain Mallaha two hundred square metres at most. sm high with a stepped passage ascending from a door at the base to the upper platform. The function of these works is not clear in the present state of knowledge. The walls are likely to be partly retaining walls for the already developed Tell. It is difficult to see a defensive significance in the Tower.

Haldar, Who were the Amorites, Leiden 1971. The Cambridge Ancient History 3rd Edition I 1 vii, ix, 2 xv, xvii, xx, II I iii, x, xi, II 2 xx, xxi b, xxvi, xxxiv, The Earliest Settlements in Western Asia, pp. 264-70. Palestine During the Neolithic and Chalcolithic Period, pp. 499-537. Palestine in the Early Bronze Age, pp. 208-237. Syria before 2,200 BC, pp. 315-362. Syria and Palestine 2,I6o-1,78o BC, pp. 532-594. Palestine in the MB Age, pp. 77- II 6. Syria ca I,550-I,4oo BC, pp. 417-525. Palestine in the Time of the 18th Dynasty, pp.

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