A Basalt Chipping Floor from Level VI (PPNC) at Hagoshrim

Danny Rosenberg, Nimrod Getzov

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The site of Hagoshrim is situated at the northern margins of the Hula Basin, northern Israel, near Kibbutz Hagoshrim. It lies on a travertive ledge, elevated some 20m from the former level of Hula marshes, prior to their drainage in the 1950's. The site was excavated in the past (Nov 1978; 1980) and has been subjected to intensive surface collection in the last 50 years. Site size is estimated to be about eight hectares. During 1996-7 two salvage excavations seasons were were conducted.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)117-128
Number of pages12
Journalמתקופת האבן
StatePublished - 2006

IHP Publications

  • ihp
  • Burial
  • Eretz Israel -- Antiquities -- To Biblical period, 1200 B.C
  • HaGoshrim (Israel) -- Antiquities
  • Historic buildings
  • Neolithic period
  • Splashes
  • Stone implements
  • floors
  • ארץ ישראל -- ארכיאולוגיה -- לפני תקופת המקרא (עד 2200 לפנה"ס)
  • הגושרים (אתר ארכיאולוגי)
  • כלי בזלת עתיקים
  • כלי צור
  • מבנים עתיקים
  • נתזים
  • קברים
  • רצפות עתיקות
  • תקופה ניאוליתית קדם-קרמית


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