3 edition of Aphek-Antipatris I found in the catalog.
by Tel Aviv University, Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology in Tel Aviv
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Moshe Kochavi ; Moshe Kochavi, Pirhiyah Beck and Esther Yadin, editors.|
|Series||Monograph series / Tel Aviv University, Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology -- no. 19, Monograph series (Makhon le-arkheʾologyah ʻa. sh. Sonyah u-Marḳo Nadler) -- no. 19.|
|Contributions||Beck, Pirhiya, 1931-, Yadin, Esther.|
|LC Classifications||DS110.A34 K62 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 331 p. :|
|Number of Pages||331|
Most scholars agree that there were more than one Aphek. While Tel-Aphek (Antipatris) is one of them, C.R. Conder identified the Aphek of Eben-Ezer with a ruin (Khirbet) some miles (6 km) distant from Dayr Aban (believed to be Eben-Ezer), and known by the name Marj al-Fikiya; the name al-Fikiya being an Arabic corruption of Aphek. «The First Two Seasons of Excavations at Aphek-Antipatris», TA. n° 2 (1), p. Kochavi M. Aphek-Antipatris Preliminary Report Published by Tel Aviv University, Institute of Archaeology, Tel Aviv. Kochavi M. Aphek-Antipatris, Five Seasons of Excavations at Tel Aphek-Antipatris ().
A number of significant finds have been unearthed at Tel Aphek/Antipatris: Archaeologists have discovered Egyptian ruins from the Late Bronze Age. An ancient Cardo was found that dates to the time when Herod the Great renamed the site Antipatris, in honor of his father Antipater. Eben Ezer (Even Ha’Ezer) – Hebrew: “stone of help”. Perhaps, the stone refers to the stones of Moses in the Ark, which was brought to help the Israelites during the battle. Another source of the name: Ezer was sons of Ephraim, killed by the Philistines (1 Chronicles 7 ).
Kochavi, Moshe, Aphek-Antipatris I. Excavations of Areas A and B. The Seasons, edited by Kochavi, M., Beck, P. and Yadin, E. (Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology Mono graph Series 19; Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology of the Institute of Archaeology). Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University, xiv + pages. ISBN. mentioned in 1 Kgs and 2 Kgs , as Aphek-Antipatris, a site located about twenty kilometers northeast of Jaffa. 8 While he specifies no reason for choosing this James A. Montgomery, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Kings (ICC; Edinburgh: T&T Clark, ), 5 Schenker, Älteste Textgeschichte, –
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Related Websites. Tel Aphek – Antipatris (Gems in Israel) A brief history of the site. Canaanite Aphek (Penn Museum) An article by Moshe Kochavi, discussing the excavation and archaeological finds from Aphek, along with a special section concentrating on inscriptions.
Tel Afek (Jewish Magazine) Informative article detailing the site’s history and describing the site’s remains today. Excavations at Aphek-Antipatris, [Kochavi, Moshe] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excavations at Aphek-Antipatris. Book a Private Tour to Aphek-Antipatris Aphek-antipatris is on the outskirts of Tel-Aviv.
It is about 30 minutes drive from the center of Tel-Aviv, and takes about 2 hours to explore. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Aphek-Antipatris, Tel-Aviv: Tel-Aviv University Institute of Archaeology, (OCoLC) Other Archaeological Sites / The Neolithic of the Levant Aphek-Antipatris I book Page Book Online) Ancient Ras Ain (Head of the Spring) / Canaanite Aphek Roman Antipatris / Arabic Afek / Modern Rosh Ha'ayin.
From the second millenium BC onwards Aphek-Antipatris is mentioned in ancient written sources. Get this from a library. Aphek-Antipatris, the inscriptions. [Mosheh Kokhavi;].
Aphek-Antipatris I book Map of Israel showing the location of Aphek-Antipatris. BSP (Summer ) p. 92 View of Aphek-Antipatris. The remains of a Turkish fort are still standing on the top of the mound. In the year 9 B.C. Herod built a new town and named it Antipatris after his father.
It was by this name that the site was known for the next 1, years. Aphek-Antipatris II: The remains on the acropolis We thank them for their knowledgeable study of the finds and cooperation during the process of compiling this book.
The quality of a book as complex as this is heavily dependent on the professional skills of its editors. Theirs is also the unenviable task of nagging, bullying and encouraging. Photos et texte illuminant le site biblique de Aphek, Antipatris.
Lorsque Hérode le Grand devint roi ( av. JC), il rebâtit Aphek et nomma la ville Antipatris d’après son père Antipater. The second volume of the final excavation report, Aphek-Antipatris II, deals with the remains of the Middle Bronze, Late Bronze and Iron Ages excavated between the years and It includes discoveries on the acropolis as well as a Late Bronze Age stone-built tomb, obviously related to the elite : Yuval Gadot.
on the summit of Tel Aphek - Antipatris: TFAHR Photo Album - Tel Aphek - Antipatris, Israel. Remains of tabernae (shops) in the Mercantile Quarter of Antipatris, Hellenistic through Byzantine eras: Hellenistic through Byzantine strata in the Mercantile Quarter: Uncovering cooking vessels in a.
T he headwaters of Israel’s Yarkon River form near ancient Tel Aphek (Antipatris) and flow westward until they surrender to the Mediterranean Sea at Tel Aviv. (Photo: Tel Aviv and the Yarkon River. Courtesy of the Pictorial Library of Bible Lands).
BSP (Summer ) p. Excavations at Aphek — Antipatris. With an area of about 30 acres, Aphek-Antipatris is one of the largest mounds in the land of Israel. It is situated near the source of the Yarkon River and was, for this reason, called Tel Ras el-’Ain.
Miriam Feinberg Vamosh writes about the biblical site of Aphek in Haaretz (free subscription required). The lumbering fortress that crowns the ancient mound at Yarkon Sources-Tel Afek National Park is just one of many must-see sights and a good place to start an approximately two-hour visit that effortlessly combines nature and heritage.
From the northwestern [ ]. Aphek-Antipatris: Five Thousand Years of History (Hebrew Edition) Moshe Kochavi Published by Hakkibutz Hameuchad Publishing House, Tel-Aviv (). Eben-Ezer (Hebrew: אבן העזר , ’eḇen hā-‘ezer, "the stone of help") is the name of a location that is mentioned by the Books of Samuel as the scene of battles between the Israelites and is specified as having been less than a day's journey by foot from Shiloh, near Aphek, in the neighbourhood of Mizpah, near the western entrance of the pass of Bethoron.
In book: Aphek-Antipatris II, the Remains on the Acropolis: The Moshe Kochavi and Pirhiya Beck Excavations., Publisher: Institute of Archaeology Author: Sariel Shalev. APHEK-ANTIPATRIS II the Remains on the Acropolis The Moshe Kochavi and Pirhiya Beck Excavations.
APHEK. APHEK (Heb. אֲפֵק), name of three places mentioned in the Bible and named after nearby riverbeds (Heb. afikim), in which swiftly flowing streams rise after heavy rainfalls.
(1) A Canaanite royal city (Josh. ) east of Jaffa in the Sharon which is possibly referred to in the Egyptian Execration Texts (early 18 th century b.c.e.). It appears in the list of cities conquered by.
the late bronze egyptian estate at aphek 59 were forced labourers from the surrounding city-states, a practice documented in the Amarna letters (Moran EAEA ).Author: Yuval Gadot. Turkish fort at Aphek/Antipatris. The site of Antipatris was known as Aphek in Old Testament times.
It is the place where the Philistines were encamped when they took the ark of the covenant from the Israelites who had camped at nearby Ebenezer (1 Saml ). Antipatris was built by Herod the Great and named in honor of his father.The second volume of the final excavation report, Aphek-Antipatris II, deals with the remains of the Middle Bronze, Late Bronze and Iron Ages excavated between the years and It includes discoveries on the acropolis as well as a Late Bronze Age stone-built .Aphek-Antipatris, Jiftah-El, Tel Soreg, Mitham Leviah, Palmachim, Emmaus-Nico-polis and Modi’in, this participation has been annually between to Cover figure: Part of Shishak’s inscription on the temple of Amon at Karnak.
Photo: Katariina Mäkilä.