The 23 papers in this book derive from a workshop on the subject of Early Bronze Age pottery in the Levant held at Durham in 1995, although other papers have been subsequently added. The papers reflect various approaches to the question of the role of ceramics in archaeology and the different terminologies and classification systems employed. The common theme of the papers is the presentation of new material from recent work in the Levant and the use of ceramics in reconstructing and explaining cultural, economic and social processes. Contributors include: G Philip, D Baird, J P Dessel, A H Joffe, J L Lovell, R T Schaub, W E Rast, K Prag, K Douglas, Z Kafafi, E Braun, Y Yekutieli, E Yannai, Z Grosinger, Y Goren, S Zuckerman, R Greenberg, P M Fischer, S J Bourke, A Mazar, A Ziv-Esudri, A Cohen-Weinberger, H Genz, J Kamlah, M Flender, P de Miroschedji, T P Harrison, M S Chesson, R B Adams, F Braemer, J-C Echallier, V T Mathias.
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